Equity (I) (2016)

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Senior investment banker Naomi Bishop is threatened by a financial scandal and must untangle a web of corruption.




  • Sarah Megan Thomas in Equity (2016)
  • Alysia Reiner in Equity (2016)
  • Anna Gunn in Equity (2016)
  • James Purefoy and Sarah Megan Thomas in Equity (2016)
  • James Purefoy and Sarah Megan Thomas at an event for Equity (2016)
  • Alysia Reiner and Sarah Megan Thomas at an event for Equity (2016)

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8 December 2016 | ferdinand1932
| Pedestrian
As though intended to fulfill a quota this film comes out and delivers a reasonable facsimile of a financial drama, yet the reason it falters so obviously is it lacks any sense of purpose, other than to offer women in the roles.

The product is a dull walk-through of corporate and financial egomaniacs who bluster without menace. It's all been seen before. Financial films are an oddity; like sports movies, they are all much more boring than the real thing. Read the financial media and the daily news is more exciting and riskier than anything served up on the screen.

The real fault of this film is that it conveys a sense of worthiness: to address a deficit in female portraits in finance and the result is a stewed bland boiled pudding. If the intention was polemical, a monograph might have been better. The story-line of the cop who uses a honey-trap to gain information is risible and quite terrible screen writing. The attempts at ruthless wit are limp and even if the overall story is stale, a rewrite by a writer who wrote attacking, sharp dialog would have covered up the other terrible blemishes in the script.

The editing and directing doesn't hand this any favors either: clunk, clunk it goes, until the very end.

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