Margin Call (2011) - Senior Partners Emergency Meeting [HD 1080p] (Re-Upload / Audio Fixed)

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" sure is a hell of a lot easier to just be first."
"Sell it all. Today."

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  • @jaitiwana9466
    @jaitiwana94663 жыл бұрын

    The number of times i've watched this scene is unhealthy.

  • @bovrilbadboy1


    3 жыл бұрын

    Totally. I’ve watched this 20 times since it’s release, maybe double....

  • @skylinez4793


    3 жыл бұрын

    Lmao Rameshs quote was hilarious

  • @bluecomet1109


    3 жыл бұрын

    @@bovrilbadboy1 those are rookie numbers

  • @bovrilbadboy1


    3 жыл бұрын

    corrupted peanut I need to pump myself up.....

  • @lol55832


    3 жыл бұрын


  • @vickyprabhat
    @vickyprabhat2 жыл бұрын

    You guys need to watch this as a triology! 1. Margin Call: The Bank Side 2. The Big Short: Investors side 3. Too big to Fail: The govt side.

  • @josephmalez4918


    2 жыл бұрын

    Own all three. I like your angle. I'd only add one more to the mix. 1987's Wall Street as it sets the table.

  • @SirChristian100


    2 жыл бұрын

    Quadrology: Floored - The Trading Docu

  • @alephmorricone7207


    2 жыл бұрын

    The Big Short is so we'll Acted

  • @hanamichimakunuchi500


    2 жыл бұрын

    99 homes the peoples side sort of

  • @yv7584


    2 жыл бұрын

    but you forgot the wolf on wallstreet

  • @JocksRu
    @JocksRu Жыл бұрын

    “You’re speaking with me Mr Sullivan” Polite, cool, vicious, authoritative. What a masterclass in portraying corporate leaders from Jeremy Irons.

  • @masukuma


    Жыл бұрын

    Did you notice his eyes after saying that?

  • @alexp3752


    Жыл бұрын

    Mr. Irons, always a truly class act...

  • @jlogan2228


    Жыл бұрын

    Yep it's like he glares at the other two like y'all are already in enough shit, you're not going to bully him right now

  • @lucasjordan7091


    11 ай бұрын

    @@masukuma for sure! He looks over at those 2 like “you better not scare him into holding back the truth.”

  • @MattMcLaren253


    11 ай бұрын

    The way he walks them into saying, out loud, the answer to the problem even though he already knows it too. Just so good.

  • @jirivera1999
    @jirivera19998 ай бұрын

    I served in the military for almost 20 years. The way Jeremy Irons runs this meeting is exactly how senior officers run these type of meetings. Every detail even when he asks what is going on and asking for advice. Even the part when he says your talking to me. Such a well put together scene. Great movie.

  • @kth6736


    8 ай бұрын

    Maybe this sort of calm confident talk is copied from the military. I worked on a trading desk for 8 years and none of my bosses ever showed such calm. Infact the motto was that if youre calm and aure of yourself, you're not carrying enough risk. 😂

  • @hw_plainview1179


    7 ай бұрын

    I second this.

  • @Primitarian


    7 ай бұрын

    @@kth6736 Interesting. Could it be that this attitude is precisely why the market has needed to be bailed out by the government time after time?

  • @kth6736


    7 ай бұрын

    @@Primitarian banks were bailed out only once... Not "time after time"

  • @Primitarian


    7 ай бұрын

    @@kth6736 Except that the Fed bailed out the banks in 2009, also in 1998 (with $3.5 billion for Long Term Capital Management). And of course the New Deal was bailout of the entire economy from the Great Depression, which was triggered by the collapse of a Wall Street that had experienced a huge bubble fueled buying stocks on margin, i.e., with loans. So they have been bailed out and yes, time after time.

  • @kossttamojaan
    @kossttamojaan5 жыл бұрын

    the extras got paid to sit in a room and watch Jeremy Irons perform. bravo.

  • @broheme8922


    4 жыл бұрын

    Couldn’t disagree more. Everyone in this scene shines. Every note rings true. Even the non speaking roles are on point

  • @iggystardust9236


    4 жыл бұрын

    @@broheme8922 I mean, you're right, but I think you're looking too deep into it lol. It's not that hard to make distraught gestures and expressions without speaking.

  • @simon.0898


    4 жыл бұрын

    I'd be happy just to sit there for free

  • @cowboytrips9307


    4 жыл бұрын

    Fake it till you make it

  • @johndelacruz6670


    4 жыл бұрын

    Pea brain

  • @bigmaxy07
    @bigmaxy076 жыл бұрын

    Here's the result of having virtually no cost on locations, sets, special effects or costumes. You get to hire at least four A-list actors and create incredible scenes like this.

  • @OAleathaO


    5 жыл бұрын

    + bigmaxy07 --> I agree totally. No special effects, no overpowering musical score. Just dialogue that actually advances and tells the story in a very entertaining and comprehensive way. Along with actors and actresses that keep you riveted to what they are saying.

  • @medtechmonday9847


    5 жыл бұрын

    This movie is brilliant. I can watch it over and over.

  • @matthewdavies3197


    5 жыл бұрын

    @@petergriffin7401 i

  • @tylergray9904


    5 жыл бұрын

    Well said

  • @TheShootist


    5 жыл бұрын

    12 angry men.

  • @hotwaff
    @hotwaff3 ай бұрын

    "It wasn't brains that got me here, I assure you of that" is simultaneously very disarming but also very intimidating. What a line and delivery.

  • @GizmoBeach


    2 ай бұрын

    Peter begins by saying “Well, sir…” instead of being a butt-kisser by saying something cutesy like well I’m sure that isn’t true ha, ha. That would’ve gotten him a death stare.

  • @jdchannelviewer


    2 ай бұрын

    You know he's self deprecating a bit, but that leaves open the question of "what did get him there?" And you fill in the answer with "cut throat ruthlessness" if you know anything of corporate America.

  • @samcaldwell7022


    Ай бұрын

    The eyes...

  • @zippymufo9765


    Ай бұрын

    Humorous self depreciation to establish trust and candor is a old psychological trick. "Look at me, I'm making fun of myself. You can talk to me, I'm your friend". Homicide detectives do the same thing.

  • @ananthakrishnanpr9298


    Ай бұрын

    Not a comforting line for bank is not fmcg company selling soaps and shampoos

  • @YD-uq5fi
    @YD-uq5fi11 ай бұрын

    That so many veteran actors agreed to do this film for almost free, is incredible. They donated their work to charity, effectively. The budget for this film was just $3.5M, but it still had Jeremy Irons, Demi Moore, Stanley Tucci, Zachary Quinto (who had already played Spock), Simon Baker, Kevin Spacey (before he was disgraced), etc.

  • @Airyed


    8 ай бұрын

    Why did they do it for free?

  • @leandergihr9598


    8 ай бұрын

    This movie is something different and allows for a unique way to act. And thinking about it's cult, you get payed in a different way

  • @spook407


    6 ай бұрын

    ⁠@@Airyedaccording to tvtropes they liked the script so much they agreed to be paid the minimum amount to be on the movie

  • @chrisfearn4837


    6 ай бұрын

    Spacey has been found innocent. Just a great veteran actor now

  • @theresachung703


    6 ай бұрын

    @@chrisfearn4837He is a joy to watch

  • @carloc8763
    @carloc87632 жыл бұрын

    Can we take a moment to truly appreciate how majestic these actors are? The whole movie? No soundtrack to underpin tensions and emotions. Only great actors and spectacular dialogues.

  • @jadeethan


    2 жыл бұрын

    Your comment deserves more likes! Totally agree!!

  • @martinw1327


    2 жыл бұрын

    This is technically true, there is however a sound track used in movies like this which can't be heard they way we are used to hearing sounds, the sound is a low pitch noice which slightly irritates the body to cause tension, its not harmful but that's how a lot of 'soundless' scene create the dramatic effect, combine with great acting.

  • @trysometruth


    2 жыл бұрын

    I keep coming back to this damn clip on KZread. It's like some sort of drug.

  • @davidbarney4370


    2 жыл бұрын

    It’s our generations 12 Angry Men.

  • @thebluefus


    2 жыл бұрын

    Yeah they make fuck tons of money and have a lot of people slurping over them.

  • @AllgoodthingsTv
    @AllgoodthingsTv2 жыл бұрын

    I never tire of this scene. I've seen the movie several times, but I've revisited this clip many, many times and it never gets old. Veteran actors killing it.

  • @kspencer5137


    2 жыл бұрын

    I am with you...but it turns my stomach every time!

  • @scottericchalson1033


    2 жыл бұрын

    Ha! Same here, somehow this scene has some strange addictive quality that defies analysis.......replay!!

  • @Prifly70


    2 жыл бұрын

    Ok so its not just me. I watch this over and over. Its just so well done.

  • @gnchuey


    2 жыл бұрын

    These and the Big Short

  • @Zachbasanese


    2 жыл бұрын

    This is my first time seeing the scene (I'll need to watch the full movie now). I love the way they showed Tuld side eyeing the man and woman executives while the younger guy was trying to speak.

  • @miguelherrera6762
    @miguelherrera6762 Жыл бұрын

    "It's done" Carmelo's acting is phenomenal!



    11 ай бұрын

    That actor had more screen time in The Big Short (2015). 😂😂😂

  • @mysocalledknife07


    6 ай бұрын

    Every well-run company needs a Carmelo on their staff 🤣

  • @mbaigop6223


    5 ай бұрын

    “It’s done” Carmelo drives to Eric’s house, classic 😂

  • @hmbpnz


    4 ай бұрын

    I really wish they had done more with Carmelo's character...

  • @MrSirFluffy


    3 ай бұрын

    @@hmbpnz I just like how subtle but impactful the character was. Kind of like an extension of Iron's power. The whole movie gives heft to every level of management they move up, and by the time it gets to Iron's it feels like they summoned an ancient creature of vast power lol Carmelo's absolute assurance reflects the standards Iron requires of those in his circle.

  • @cowboytrips9307
    @cowboytrips9307 Жыл бұрын

    3:35 When he reminds the analyst he is the real boss and checks both senior managers with a defiant look is truly a boss moment. Well done.

  • @jlogan2228


    Жыл бұрын

    Yea at that moment he was probably aware they knew this was a problem and they were part of the problem and him saying 'youre speaking to ME" is like you two aren't going to bully him

  • @nachoavgbindu


    5 ай бұрын

    The look over is a serious power move that’s also remarkably nuanced for them to direct and capture in this scene. The attention to detail is fantastic. I’ve sat in many of these rooms and this is exactly how it goes.

  • @nyy190343


    4 ай бұрын

    Never noticed that! Incredible acting from Irons

  • @Amann0407


    3 ай бұрын

    It is also his way of telling the analyst Sullivan here that he is protected from retribution of his nominal superiors, so he can speak freely without repercussion.

  • @GizmoBeach


    2 ай бұрын

    @@Amann0407 Jared even showed Peter around the Executive Dining Room, how sweet of him. Kept him away from Tuld’s table, I noticed.

  • @Duzz14
    @Duzz144 жыл бұрын

    “It wasn’t Brains that got me here, I assure you of that” man what an intimidating sentence.

  • @prembutter


    4 жыл бұрын

    Hard work is intimidating?

  • @Duzz14


    4 жыл бұрын

    I took it as he got where he is through aggressive; possibly violent means.

  • @Fishfingers232


    4 жыл бұрын

    Yup, comes off as an innocuous and humorous comment until you realise what it really means, and contrasts very well with his charming demeanour.

  • @Duzz14


    4 жыл бұрын

    Brandon Daniels hahaha

  • @Cordman1221


    4 жыл бұрын

    @@Duzz14 I thought of it more as man who understands that being charming, likeable, and absolutely ruthless is what has got him ahead, and he says as much later in the scene. He understands that ability and brains are important but knowing people and how a market acts is much more important than being smarter. That's why he earns the big bucks. His job is part fortune teller, part axe man, part being the face of the company.

  • @ColemanJRimer
    @ColemanJRimer Жыл бұрын

    The smile on Irons' face after he says, "it wasn't brains that got me here, I can assure you of that" is perfect. It's a very tricky smile. Whoever put this cast together is a genius.

  • @kittylionmeowroar7572


    Жыл бұрын

    omg ... omg what ? ... pinkyring ... 2:54

  • @graemeyetts3465


    Жыл бұрын

    Excellent and believable script too.

  • @kylenielsen5341


    Жыл бұрын

    Thanks go to the actors themselves, many of them top tier actors, who weren't paid well for this low budget movie, but made it because they thought it was important.

  • @Dualities


    Жыл бұрын

    but it was. the power of duality/contradiction

  • @JGIR31


    Жыл бұрын

    It is such a great line, because it is true in so many places.

  • @alex5315
    @alex5315 Жыл бұрын

    My favorite part is when Carmelo says “It’s done”. That confidence and that assurance to the boss is probably why the boss asks him to find Eric Dale cause he knows Carmelo will deliver.

  • @masukuma


    Жыл бұрын

    Yeah! Not “I will try” or “let me see what I can do”…Carmelo delivers!

  • @TheAdarshMehta


    Жыл бұрын

    And he ultimately could not deliver! 😂

  • @masukuma


    Жыл бұрын

    @@TheAdarshMehta true… Will beat him to Eric. But I am guessing the vehicle that pulled up was one of his?

  • @TheAdarshMehta


    Жыл бұрын

    @@masukuma Yes, it was. But from what I remember, it was not clearly shown if he really did go with them or chose to stick to his ego and deny going with them. It was left to us. I chose to believe he did not, haha.

  • @masukuma


    Жыл бұрын

    @@TheAdarshMehta he went with them after they threatened his options. he earned $176,471 an hour to sit with Sarah in a room as the events of the firesale took place.

  • @leonalex330
    @leonalex330 Жыл бұрын

    Tuld, what an incredible character. You can spot small things like when Sullivan replies 'Sort of' and he repeats it, you can tell that vague answer slightly aggravated him. This is a man who deals in absolutes and expects complete clarity when being spoken to. When Sullivan also says the music is slowing and he later says 'I don't hear a thing', hes playing the game steps ahead of everyone

  • @ajwebb220587


    6 ай бұрын

    Yeah totally agree. And the way he 100% understands the severity of the problem immediately and screams ‘this is it!!’ - he’s only been briefed about 60 seconds ago !

  • @gaston1882


    5 ай бұрын

    Totally agree, I noticed that too.

  • @50srefugee


    5 ай бұрын

    @@ajwebb220587 He's known about the potential problem for quite awhile. Peter just pulled the alarm, notifying Tuld (and more to the point, the other partners) that the smoking excrement pile in the basement has just flared into an open blaze and the blaze is now racing up the elevator shafts into the executive suits.

  • @davintarr


    4 ай бұрын

    He understood the problem before the meeting ever started, he probably understood it months ago. He was waiting for this to happen and his job is/was to make as much money as possible for the company while getting out before it went sour. He knew everything beforehand - the problem, the solution, the repercussions, and the personalities involved. In the end, he got exactly what he wanted. That's why he earns the big bucks.

  • @rohunsaigal2576


    4 ай бұрын

    It aggravated him but he is a fair manager - he realizes that there’s a limit he can rely on an associate like Sullivan (who has already exceeded his role) and so he then directs his annoyance to those above Sullivan who failed to see this coming and should have brought it to his attention sooner

  • @Pat14922
    @Pat14922 Жыл бұрын

    Love how Jeremey Irons goes to the youngest person in the room, to get an answer that is less "dressed". I've been in meetings, and seen this done. Its very real.

  • @nickc3856


    Жыл бұрын

    I've been the youngest person in a board meeting and had this done to me. A question that should have gone to the executive leading my department was instead addressed directly to me. I answered as plainly and honestly as I could, but it was nerve wracking. I thought I was being tested or something, turns out the board member who asked it really just wanted a straight answer without any fluff.

  • @Pat14922


    Жыл бұрын

    @@nickc3856 I had it done to me a few times in my 20's (I'm 60 now) I was the guy who prepped all the number slides , so same role as the guy in the film clip. My boss stopped taking me to the meeting . When I got to be the "boss" I always aimed to know more about the numbers than the person who compiled them.

  • @iliyanpetrov4686


    Жыл бұрын

    I think its because young people are generally innocent(in comparison with corporate dudes) and he has the least to loose

  • @tkennedy007


    Жыл бұрын

    @@nickc3856 Yep, been there done that to.

  • @crossbearer6453


    Жыл бұрын

    @@iliyanpetrov4686I came to the same conclusion It makes sense ( in my opinion)

  • @Dreez76
    @Dreez764 жыл бұрын

    One of those great movies that flew under the radar for many.

  • @aphysique


    4 жыл бұрын

    Most definitely

  • @mrebholz


    4 жыл бұрын

    Because Chandler was not well known back then. My favorite is ‘A Most Violent Year’ though.

  • @christansdad


    4 жыл бұрын

    I have been a stockbroker for nearly 20 years and sold all manner of securities. Unfortunately this movie flies over the head of 3 out of 4 licensed stockbrokers.

  • @Kryptik33


    4 жыл бұрын

    @@christansdad That is very interesting. I have been interested in learning about investing in the stock market. Could you give me a good resource to check into where I can learn about that stuff? Thanks so much.

  • @325133


    4 жыл бұрын

    I never saw this so I'll take a look. The big short is good as well

  • @liljackypaper
    @liljackypaper7 ай бұрын

    I love how Seth is pretty much just along for the ride this entire movie 😂

  • @unl0ck998


    4 ай бұрын

    A true bro

  • @Elias-kb6wt


    4 ай бұрын

    It’s pretty realistic actually it’s a little nice addition of your every day life and who you’d meet. That’s why this movie nails everything so well. It feels like the real world

  • @sortebill


    4 ай бұрын

    @@Elias-kb6wt I agree with you observation. Not only that, he was in the know, even if he was totally unimportant, the knowledge he possessed could destroy the company so it only makes sense to keep him in the loop until the deals were done. His knowledge was pretty much worthless when they had sold everything, but if he had been kicked out because he wasnt important enough that could really fuck them over. So you keep him there, even if he is totally unimportant and way over his head.

  • @loucontino4804


    3 ай бұрын

    Yep. I find it hysterical that he was even at the table.

  • @sebastianmaregatti


    3 ай бұрын

    Even leaving aside the dangerous knowledge stuff they could’ve just told him to not say a word to anyone and sent him home for the night. It was clear he barely understood what was happening. Maybe the Paul Bethany also included him in this meeting as a courtesy since the smart analyst was his friend and called him which started off this whole thing

  • @bobbwc7011
    @bobbwc70115 ай бұрын

    I want to point out 2 things in the dynamics here: Sam is the only one in the room challenging the CEO and using Tuld's first name. This tells a lot about his standing and also about their relationship. The exchange is excellent: At first it is "Mr. Tuld", "Mr. Sullivan", "Mr. Rogers", "Ms. Robertson", with only Tuld using "Jared", "Sam", "Ramesh", in contrast to Sam who speaks up and just says "But John..."; and then "I understand." - "Do you?" - DO YOU!!??". Compare this with the other people keeping their heads down, not wanting to be in the line of fire. Secondly, Sam is the only one in the room dressed in an old school way. Look at his type of suit. The fit is different from modern suits, his got stripes, his shirt got stripes; his younger opponent has the cookie-cutter modern corporate ladder outfit. Whoever put this together clearly knows such meetings really well and how "high finance" personalities carry themselves and what the dynamics can be between them.

  • @bmjpdx9222


    5 ай бұрын

    The effect of all of that is subliminal on first viewing. Thank you for the analysis.

  • @KLK01


    5 ай бұрын

    This whole scene is the bees knees.

  • @BigBri550


    2 ай бұрын

    Very astute, sir. Yes, there are layers in this scene as there are in any good piece of drama. What bothered me was Jeremy Irons who, although right for the role, over-emoted at times. I can't see a seasoned, deep-pockets CEO losing his shit like that in a company meeting.

  • @grafficacma


    2 ай бұрын

    @@BigBri550 I haven't been to any such meetings but I have read both Jobs and Gates biographies and they were known to be often rude in such meetings when somebody challenged them.

  • @BigBri550


    2 ай бұрын

    @grafficacma I've seen rudeness and stubbornness in meetings, but people in charge tend to keep a lid on their outburst levels. In this case, I felt like Jeremy Irons just wanted some hot sauce on a few of his lines. Hard to say, though - maybe the director wanted it up a notch in those parts. I don't know.

  • @morbius109
    @morbius1094 жыл бұрын

    3:40 - "You're speaking with me, Mister Sullivan." That simple sentence, while addressed to Sullivan, was actually aimed at the other executives, reminding them who was in charge. Irons does this scene magnificently. He portrays the ruthlessly capable corporate leader perfectly - in control, handling his subordinates with subtlety instead of noise or aggression, listening to everything they say, assimilating their input as the meeting progresses, and making on the spot decisions with the swiftness of an experienced leader.

  • @Goth7illa


    3 жыл бұрын

    Exactly. Lot of power dynamics going on in this scene. Notice how at 3:46 he puts Cole, whom Sullivan kept glancing at , in place with a single look.

  • @daa589


    3 жыл бұрын

    I think the biggest line is "what do you have for us?" .. it would make me squirm a bit lol

  • @ChrisDutch


    3 жыл бұрын

    It also shows that he has more faith in Sullivan then he has in the other two.

  • @wibblewobbler9104


    3 жыл бұрын

    @@empnadajhhh9469 Actually perfect analysis, you're the garbage Empnada.

  • @kellerrobert80


    3 жыл бұрын

    @@empnadajhhh9469 Be careful.

  • @MaloneMantooth
    @MaloneMantooth4 жыл бұрын

    "You know what we're selling has no value" "We are selling to willing buyers at current market price" Damn.......based on a true story.

  • @Sharky165


    4 жыл бұрын

    Not exactly, but yes it's a great story. It's _loosely_ based on the Lehman Bros debacle of 2008. The scriptwriter even took the liberty of naming Irons' character "Tuld" after Lehman CEO Dick Fuld. 🤣 The BIG difference is that Fuld was told by scores of people under him and at Treasury to dump Lehman's toxic mortgage-backed bonds and sell his firm at a reasonable price. But Fuld was far too selfish and greedy to do that at the prices he was offered that first week of Sept 2008 and prior. Then, at the last minute on the 2nd weekend after the heads of all the other major US wire houses met with Treasury chief Hank Paulson, Fuld wanted to broker a deal with a Japanese bank which had shown interest in buying Lehman. But it was too late; that bank had lost interest because Lehman's stock had fallen so precipitously fast, and they were rightfully scared that the toxic assets were worth even less than the book value Lehman had assigned them. So instead of drafting a letter of intent to sell, Lehman counsel had to finish that weekend preparing the largest bankruptcy filing in history; basically over 25,000 employees lost their jobs the next day (9/15/08). Wall Street went into a panic, and the stock market into a tailspin that took years to recover from. TLDR -- Had Dick Fuld done what fictional Tuld did (sell the toxic assets off in pieces before the rest of the market knew how bad they really were), OR sold Lehman earlier, the company might have survived in some form, many of those jobs likely would've been saved, and perhaps the financial crisis wouldn't have been as bad as it turned out to be.

  • @griffinsutich1067


    4 жыл бұрын

    @@Sharky165 It's actually not based on Lehman. The name similarity makes it confusing. This is actually based on Goldman Sachs (the first firm out the door). They did exactly what happened later that morning.

  • @deesmoove5852


    3 жыл бұрын

    So that WE May Survive. Sad story but cold performance

  • @Grassyknolldallas


    3 жыл бұрын

    At a fair market price not current

  • @renegadehitman3271


    2 жыл бұрын

    ....Like Doge coin at 60 cents🤣

  • @sechi7239
    @sechi723911 ай бұрын

    The look on Tuld's face upon learning that his senior managers had dismissed the one individual who possessed unparalleled insight into the situation, except perhaps for himself, is priceless. He is acutely aware of the reasons behind their decision, yet as a CEO striving to rescue his company, he also feels an overwelming sense of disappointment in their immature behavior. They can't even manage to handle that aspect correctly while he wasn”t there and the manner in which he overrules their decision and demands his presense is just another display of him completely dominating the room by gestures alone.

  • @Tony2Sweaters


    8 ай бұрын

    Really nice work

  • @saurabh1087


    6 ай бұрын

    The CEO is not concerned about the firing but more about the information leak from Eric Dale, if he gets in contact with some other entity. They were all making good money but knew it would not last long. Eric Dale was fired because he wanted to stop risky behaviour, but others still wanted to make money. The problem with Eric Dale was, he could not figure out exactly, how much risk the company was in. He did not have a concrete model. This is where Sullivan came in, and provided an exact solution. The result was that, if they don't deal with this immediately, the upcoming loss would be insurmountable.

  • @MTMT7777


    6 ай бұрын

    @@saurabh1087yes and no. When you lose a job like this you usually are not allowed to talk about what you did or things that are going on. The firing of Eric Dale was kind of personal by Demi Moores character which is why the President and CEO were out of the loop. The CEO was hedging his bet. True he does not want Eric Talking but he also wants all hands on deck. If he needs Eric during the last day he has him.

  • @thecactusman17


    6 ай бұрын

    ​@@MTMT7777 That only applies for things like being pushed by a competitor. These guys just realized that if Eric Dale is allowed to, the federal government has electron microscope images of the most disgusting segments of their corporate colon. He can release basically anything to the IRS or SEC and tell them exactly what accounts, funds, and projects to look at to inflict maximum damage.

  • @of8ightandse7en16


    5 ай бұрын

    nah dont be naive. tuld dont give a damn on these kind of things but money. and eric is just a piece of chess to give clarity into this crisis and to shut his mouth while they sold off all the stocks. the fact u'd watched this movie and still thinks these higher ups care about the company? really ? the company and its structure are merely a facade, a money making tool. paul bethany emphasized exactly that early in the movie. none of them are immature. all of them knew this shit was going to happen sooner or later but they just kept the money running in for as long as they can. tuld, baker, moore they all "knew". now this meeting is just a show, a display so to speak. they already know what's coming and it was determined long ago that they would resort to selling all these trash stocks. it's just a matter of time. the only "immature" guy here is kevin spacey who still hold to ethics ground.

  • @capitanawesome44
    @capitanawesome44 Жыл бұрын

    “You will never sell anything to any of those people ever again” “I understand” “Do you?” “…DO YOU!” That just gives me chills. Its eat or be eaten knowing whoever is holding when music stops is done!!!

  • @MatthewMopo


    Жыл бұрын

    ‘This is it!’ Amazing that Sam didn’t know what this meant, however being the audience with hindsight we know exactly what he meant. It really was it

  • @lasansanjula1909


    Жыл бұрын

    so basically he was saying that this is the end !

  • @nickpapageorgio926


    Жыл бұрын

    And Tuld knew some of those people they were gonna sell to were gonna go out of business so pissing them off would be irrelevant.

  • @jbnl764


    Жыл бұрын

    In the earlier meeting with Jarod, Sam also said “do you” and Sam just confirmed. Seems it gave Sam the strength to say it again to Tuld, but he underestimated him. Beautiful how hierarchy is processed through the scenes all the time…

  • @jlogan2228


    Жыл бұрын

    And John knows damn good and well when the dust settles he will be able to either get those same buyers back or find new ones bc in a later scene he puts it best "we can't help ourselves"

  • @vantagepoint3137
    @vantagepoint31374 жыл бұрын

    Brilliant dialogue, perfect delivery by Jeremy Irons. His character emanates ruthlessness without rudeness, intelligence without pseudo-intellectualism and control of the situation and the people (who aren't sheep themselves) without arrogance. Not a poser, but an Actor. Short, but very tense and powerful scene that has insane rewatchability.

  • @binitials


    4 жыл бұрын

    Vantage Point I've known British bankers like him at the time this is taking place. He's portraying your typical Public School (meaning private and expensive) educated Brit, who is very sophisticated on the outside and totally ruthless on the inside. He got into this business but he could have got in any business. He doesn't give a shit about the consequences, but who cares, tomorrow will be another day.

  • @thisis4573


    4 жыл бұрын

    what is going on in this scene

  • @binitials


    4 жыл бұрын

    This Is Where is Eric Dale?

  • @thisis4573


    4 жыл бұрын

    @@binitials I see exposition of the problem - John Tuld is the audience, Jared Cohen is the failed intial attempt at explanation whilst Peter sullivan offers the actual diagnosis. Sam Rogers has the simple solution with Ramesh Shah supporting it mildly and then Sarah Robertson offers hope of the maverick Eric Dale who will come back and win the company.

  • @binitials


    4 жыл бұрын

    This Is it's a bit like this. But Eric will only be seating in a nice comfy chair for 12 hours waiting for all shares to be off the books. Then, he'll piss off to Florida to enjoy the sunny weather before Lehman Brothers goes down.

  • @matthewmcgeady4440
    @matthewmcgeady44405 жыл бұрын

    It's true that most CEO's aren't brainboxes, but rather excellent decision makers. The CEO in this scene admits he doesn't know as much as others. He efficiently gathers information from the smart employees around him, synthesizes it, and then makes a his mind up.

  • @douglassmith3016


    5 жыл бұрын

    You just described an algorithm. Ironic, isn't it?

  • @sebpaul3548


    4 жыл бұрын

    Most time they royaly screw up and it's abbandon ship time. Not for the CEO though, they always have excelent recomandations and good friends up there.

  • @drshreddi7040


    4 жыл бұрын

    Indeed. Can confirm, since I am one of them :-)

  • @toddcenter55


    4 жыл бұрын

    The best leaders are never experts - they are team builders, or I guess you could say they are expert at team building

  • @bestshootingbigingrimey6501


    4 жыл бұрын

    @@Tony07UK tbh, times back then were different. As soon as a girl had her first period she was a "woman".

  • @DhavalBrahmbhatt2627
    @DhavalBrahmbhatt2627 Жыл бұрын

    The most incredible thing about this scene is that there is absolutely no music to depict such dire situation with incredible decisions taken with so much at stake. The length they went to depict reality is amazing.

  • @grey-spark


    Жыл бұрын


  • @Sirvanic


    5 ай бұрын

    The silence of this scene would've been torture to Christopher Nolan.

  • @DhavalBrahmbhatt2627


    5 ай бұрын

    @@Sirvanic Haha, that's very true. I honestly want someone to add the "docking with endurance" from Inception music to this scene!

  • @hawkdsl
    @hawkdsl Жыл бұрын

    Jeremy Irons did such a great job of being absolutely furious under his skin.. Literally teetering on an uncontrolled outburst of rage from the current situation, but doesn't.. Because the character is too smart, and already plotting a way out of it. They don't make them like this much anymore.

  • @jt4369
    @jt43695 жыл бұрын

    Beware the man who downplays his intelligence. Edit: Huh, I wasn’t expecting this many upvotes. Thanks, all.

  • @Dreamformeable


    4 жыл бұрын

    Thats what i tell people about myself

  • @josephtownsend7481


    4 жыл бұрын

    @@Dreamformeable /r Iamverybadass

  • @Redarkyz


    4 жыл бұрын

    @@josephtownsend7481 r/woosh

  • @mr.ricochet8603


    4 жыл бұрын

    "If you're smart, play dumb. If you're dumb, play smart. If you're strong, play weak. If you're weak, play strong" Sun Tsu :)

  • @HappyFlapps


    4 жыл бұрын

    Wait, What? I don't get it.

  • @Ramukaka249
    @Ramukaka2494 жыл бұрын

    The acting in this film is the gold standard

  • @MoejiiOsmanTV


    4 жыл бұрын

    I just found out about this movie 2 seconds ago wtf thus is underrated

  • @penguin0075


    4 жыл бұрын

    Me too! I think I need to watch this!!!! This scene is incredible

  • @LoQOpa


    4 жыл бұрын

    It was only shot on the KZread Red camera too. The best of the best casting was made here. Plus the directing

  • @TheRumpelstinskin


    4 жыл бұрын

    Meaning he got replaced by a ponzi scheme? lmao

  • @michag5561


    4 жыл бұрын

    It's way above any standard!

  • @chucknorris5141
    @chucknorris5141Ай бұрын

    Jeremy Irons is such an incredible actor. The sideways glance could shoot lasers.

  • @hansbernhardmeyer6460
    @hansbernhardmeyer6460 Жыл бұрын

    An iconic scene, one of the best ever deviced and played. As a fomer investment banker I can testify that it so real that you can watch it over an over again like a documentary. It never fails to gives you the thrills about acting and making decisions in investment banking. All actors are fantastic.

  • @lordrataxes5192


    Жыл бұрын

    still in the business?

  • @sleepysoundwaves6978


    Жыл бұрын

    @@lordrataxes5192 lol

  • @methdxman


    5 ай бұрын

    Nobody talks like this. Some terrible film exposition in this scene.

  • @Darkknight2001


    Ай бұрын

    Do people really stand when the managing partner walks in the room?

  • @kazimierzgarshin3924
    @kazimierzgarshin39244 жыл бұрын

    "Lord knows we've relied enough on mr. Sullivan tonight." The line, the look and the smile from Tuld and Peter Sullivan knows he doesnt have to worry about his career anymore.

  • @swangelok


    4 жыл бұрын

    He gave them a head start to offload all the shit, he should expect a fat bonus at the end of the day and a promotion to the top floor. Or to retire and come back as a consultant charging obscene amounts per hour/

  • @flyerton99


    3 жыл бұрын

    ​@@swangelok I mean, at the end of the movie it's shown that Jared's personally bringing Peter up to the Executive's Lounge, where Sam and Tuld are having a meal. And considering they just let two of the highest ranking people in Risk Management go... (Eric and Robertson) Well, there's a few seats that need filling, just saying.

  • @bensimeone9094


    3 жыл бұрын

    @@flyerton99 the CEO literally told Sam in that scene that Sullivan is going to be promoted..

  • @benjaminbierley2074


    3 жыл бұрын

    For a good portion of those meetings Sullivan doesn't realize he is the smartest person in the room, but the CEO could tell and knew they would need him in the times ahead (the other execs knew it too, but their reaction was more along the lines oh sh*t this kids background makes what he's saying indisputable and unable to be spun by them).

  • @orange555


    3 жыл бұрын

    @@swangelok This is low-level analysis.

  • @fredrik8500
    @fredrik85002 жыл бұрын

    “Talk as you would to a small child, or a golden retriever” “Ehm, certainly… who’s a good boi? Who’s a good boi?”

  • @jd5179


    2 жыл бұрын

    *Then throws a dog treat to him

  • @rek3sh


    2 жыл бұрын


  • @frichard1977


    2 жыл бұрын

    what do you think camelo would have done?

  • @davecrupel2817


    2 жыл бұрын


  • @tallflguy


    2 жыл бұрын


  • @lewisgreen2957
    @lewisgreen2957 Жыл бұрын

    The way Tuld makes Sullivan relax by comparing himself to a small child or golden retriever is genius..

  • @edithbannerman4


    2 ай бұрын

    @Hello there, how are you doing this blessed day?

  • @jdchannelviewer


    2 ай бұрын

    Because he knows the senior partners all want to puke in that scenario, so what chance does an Analyst have unless he lowers the temperature for him. 😮

  • @royalmason1539
    @royalmason1539 Жыл бұрын

    One of the best monologues every by an actor - Jeremy Irons. It's a monologue about assets and numbers and speculative marketing. Something the average man (like me) knows almost nothing about. Irons makes it deep, dark and dramatically relevant. Should get an Oscar just for that.

  • @fjccommish


    Жыл бұрын

    Anyone who thinks this is good has never been in a business meeting, knows nothing about finance.

  • @MrIahora


    Жыл бұрын

    Don’t talk bull.

  • @fjccommish


    Жыл бұрын

    @@MrIahora Exactly. The claim that this monologue is great is BS.

  • @MrIahora


    Жыл бұрын

    @@fjccommish Yeah, well, that's just, like, your opinion, man.

  • @doctormcboy5009


    Жыл бұрын

    @@MrIahora haters gonna hate hate hate

  • @joejjj4378
    @joejjj43784 жыл бұрын

    "explain it like you would to a child. not for me, but for the audience"

  • @jgw9990


    4 жыл бұрын

    Directors are always very high level low detail. The line is very accurate.

  • @ilovebrandnewcarpets


    4 жыл бұрын

    Haha exactly. ...but that's part of the brilliance, wouldn't you say?

  • @joejjj4378


    4 жыл бұрын

    @@ilovebrandnewcarpets i like the folding paper and putting a pencil through it to explain timetravel in Interstellar lol

  • @Barkingspider


    4 жыл бұрын

    The douchebags on top believe it or not don’t know the meaning of technical jargon. The line is there to show that these douchebags are never as smart as the frontline. The one thing they posses is to take all emotion out of decision making.

  • @Barkingspider


    4 жыл бұрын

    GizmoMaltese 1:20 nuff said

  • @hanzfranz7739
    @hanzfranz77392 жыл бұрын

    The way the CEO is portrayed is fucking brilliant and a perfect representation of almost every single manager in the finance industry. Natural dominant and threatening but acting friendly, charming and naive on the outside - but one wrong word or action and he will go off like a nuke.

  • @MrPasqual1


    2 жыл бұрын

    And ignorant

  • @saifservaia5863


    2 жыл бұрын

    whatttaa star!!! love the comment

  • @gforcedod


    2 жыл бұрын

    Wow, accurate description. Have you worked with one of them close before?

  • @hanzfranz7739


    2 жыл бұрын

    @@gforcedod Yes i work in finance and do presentations for the high management. As long as you do your job they wont eat you for breakfast and are generally cool.

  • @tonywong6884


    2 жыл бұрын


  • @Mike_C-79
    @Mike_C-79 Жыл бұрын

    This scene is an absolute masterclass, from acting, to writing, to directing, to cinematography. It's everything firing on all cylinders at once.

  • @Daddario_GG
    @Daddario_GG7 ай бұрын

    I did not understand about 70-80% of the dialog in this clip. Yet you know shit was about to go down.

  • @bmjpdx9222


    5 ай бұрын

    The writer(s) chose to make it real by using jargon.

  • @LKC6


    4 ай бұрын

    When you hear "fair market price" it usually means someone is about to get bent over a barrel

  • @vjeminem


    3 ай бұрын

    You the man my friend you the man.. accepting what you don’t know and yet appreciating the situation…😮

  • @labguru7628


    3 ай бұрын

    Market Capitalization is just the current price of a share of the company's stock x the total number of share outstanding, which is usually millions / billions of shares. Example: Microsft has a Market Capitalization today of a little over $3 Trillion ($407 / share * 7.434 Billion shares)

  • @nimishtodi5614
    @nimishtodi56142 жыл бұрын

    This scene is such a masterclass by Jeremy Irons. He's playing the scene as a wolf in sheep's clothing; the way he talks makes it initially seem like he's kind of a detached know nothing who doesn't understand what's going on, and is just trying to figure out what to do, but if you rewatch it a couple times and play close attention, he already knows what the issue is and what the solution is. He's been preparing for this eventuality for some time, the sole purpose of this meeting is for him to convince Sam to do it. He uses affects like malapropisms and asking for things to be explained like he's an idiot, but he knew before the meeting started that "the music had stopped" and they needed to take decisive action to survive. He leads Jared into suggesting to sell by prompting him about being first, and he asks questions he knows the answer to Ramesh in order to prove to Sam that it can be done. If you were in that situation on the board, he's simplified the problem and shown that it can only be solved by taking an action that would otherwise be so distasteful it wouldn't be considered

  • @ryandahl7983


    2 жыл бұрын

    “It wasn’t brains that got me here, I can assure you of that”

  • @heyheytaytay


    2 жыл бұрын

    Meh. Irons' accent is inconsistent. If you can't hear that you need better ears.

  • @mikesmith6838


    2 жыл бұрын

    Jared had already come to that conclusion before even calling the higher executives.

  • @stanleyconnor6898


    2 жыл бұрын

    To my mind, it's very impressive conclusion. Nice job, my man

  • @ShrekMeBe


    2 жыл бұрын

    oh... that explanation runs rings around my brain..

  • @billybatts8283
    @billybatts82832 жыл бұрын

    Only disappointment in this scene is the fact Ramesh still never got to talk about his VAR numbers.

  • @heyitsbroski


    2 жыл бұрын


  • @davidjack7418


    2 жыл бұрын

    Haha, I like that

  • @jfayiii


    Жыл бұрын


  • @ashwinivijay3818


    Жыл бұрын

    Yes, very true 🙂..Always better to speak in simple language than some jazzy numbers and terms

  • @ripToShredz


    Жыл бұрын


  • @bwarrior83
    @bwarrior837 ай бұрын

    This is exactly how CEO's behave on meetings. It's a great advice to anyone, when meeting someone on that level, remember to be clear, no sugarcoat, and answer to the best of your ability. They are there to make decisions, and will take everything you say seriously and will challenge you upon it. Terrific scene, for sure!

  • @kitharrison8799
    @kitharrison87995 ай бұрын

    One of the outstanding things about this film is the consistent quality of the comments sections.

  • @bmjpdx9222


    5 ай бұрын

    With the exception of several rants having nothing to do with the movie. They remind me of an observation by writer Raymond Chandler: "Like a little boy with a fence, a piece of chalk, and no one watching.".

  • @barrycrawford7326
    @barrycrawford7326 Жыл бұрын

    As a 30+ yr veteran in the financial industry at the highest level, and having faced the 2008 crisis and the Lehman meltdown head on, I can tell everyone that this scene, this movie, magnificently portrayed the reality, angst, and intellect of the participants. Just an incredible depiction of reality.

  • @alexmacdonald9182


    Жыл бұрын

    capitalism is a joke

  • @ronyeahright9536


    Жыл бұрын

    oh comon Barry. You probably worked in the mail room.

  • @testing6753


    Жыл бұрын

    @@ronyeahright9536 🤣🤣🤣

  • @rosey1one


    Жыл бұрын

    Right down to the handshake and direct acknowledgement of 'John'.

  • @pisko2119


    Жыл бұрын

    @@ronyeahright9536 stop hating on uncle Barry lol

  • @brit1958ian
    @brit1958ian7 жыл бұрын

    All the cast were exceptional but Jeremy Irons really steals the show. His character is absolutely believable. When he says "talk to me like you would a small child ..." it has multiple layers - he's disarming and seemingly humble but you sense his strength and mastery of his position.

  • @thecrucible123


    7 жыл бұрын

    brit1958ian that's actually my favorite line of any movie.

  • @st3wi3D


    7 жыл бұрын


  • @yaakw


    7 жыл бұрын

    brit1958ian All I heard was Scar.

  • @ricknevarez8820


    7 жыл бұрын

    Kumquat Perk lmao 😂

  • @NobleTravel


    7 жыл бұрын

    "And please, speak as you might to a young cub, or a hyena. It wasn't brains that got me king, I assure you of that."

  • @dwightstorie1242
    @dwightstorie1242Ай бұрын

    Brilliant acting...the subtle eye movement, body language,.....Oscar worthy

  • @tawAAkul
    @tawAAkulАй бұрын

    Jeremy Irons plays that role so well

  • @joeyd4364
    @joeyd43645 жыл бұрын

    One of the most underrated movies of the 21st century. It didn't do so well at the box office because it lacked car chases, explosions, and murder. Most people don't understand the impact of the securitization of mortgage-backed securities and its role in the 2008 financial crisis. Not very exciting for the typical moviegoer, but I found it exhilarating, well written, and outstanding acting especially by Jeremy Irons. I've never seen Irons in a bad movie.

  • @p.m.4820


    5 жыл бұрын

    Joye D - This is not the kind of movie that appeals to most of the general movie-going public, don't you know. I literally had never heard of it until another KZreadr I listen to recommended it. I found it very interesting because I know next to nothing about the world of finance. I remember telling a an old boyfriend of mine back in the late '80's that most movie-goers like action-packed movies with lots of dazzling explosions, pyrotechnics, and half-clothed women. Movies like Margin Call appeal only to more cerebral individuals who like to think while being entertained.

  • @Arjay404


    5 жыл бұрын

    Underrated? Watch by almost nobody? Sure. It's just not the kind of movie that is going to draw lots of people or make a lot of money, in a sense the movie is boring, it takes place essentially over the course of one day and it's all just a lot of talking, not really what many people want in a movie. However if you want to get a small idea of what the hell happened it's an amazing movie.

  • @ethrez


    5 жыл бұрын

    rjh00 Back to the original point, your argument does not clarify the issue, what you just described as boring, is anything but that to me. Movies like this are the reason I watch movies. This, big short and miss sloane id say is the best in this genre.

  • @kathleensmith6475


    4 жыл бұрын

    The mortgage backed securities was just the match that lit the crisis ---- this was not the problem, the problem was when the repo markets seized. Repo markets are what run the world and this is what was what the bankers were really afraid of --- nobody was willing to give anyone over night credit and this would have shut down ALL OF WORLD COMMERCE. Reason why no banks were willing to extend credit is because these derivatives are all opaque and no bank knew the exposure any other bank had to this toxic mortgage backed securities thus they would not lend to each other. This is why FED and other central bankers has to flood markets with liquidity. Guess what?? These markets have never functioned properly since and when the next crash comes -- it will stop commerce. Bankers are nothing but dressed up smart criminals --- they have brought havoc and pain and suffering on the world for centuries (they are behind every war and almost every crisis) ---- IT IS TIME THIS STOPS. Block Chain tech will reduce back to what they should be a well regulated utility. BANKERS ARE SCUM BAGS --- no if, buts or whats --- SCUM BAGS.

  • @maxwellwellmax878


    4 жыл бұрын

    I remember when I saw the news that the People who owned my mortgage, Lehman Brothers went under. The next months were a roller coaster ride. This movie and specially The Big Short remind me of alot of things i went through back then.

  • @markmarderosian4025
    @markmarderosian40254 жыл бұрын

    Simon Baker is amazing in this movie. The way he points, doesn't answer, just stares, and keeps slightly ducking responsibility before finally saying 'sell it'

  • @fredfredburger5150


    4 жыл бұрын

    I think there's more to it. If you watch the first meeting Bakers' character is already thinking about selling it all (asking how long it would take under normal conditions to sell it, how many traders there are).

  • @Jasonblade9012


    4 жыл бұрын

    fred fredburger yes but it shows how amazing he is in this movie... but the casting in this movie is superb. Everyone is great and on the top of their game.. I watched this scene many times and each times I discover a new thing, a look, an intonation, a pose and it adds more to this amazing scene.

  • @animaljustice7774


    2 жыл бұрын

    He’s good at playing an uncaring bastard

  • @Shortysding


    2 жыл бұрын

    @@animaljustice7774 true, the way he acted in the bathroom scene with that crying employee. Ruthless douchebag. Great acting there.

  • @bingdaliew9736


    2 жыл бұрын

    in corporate talk, its called managing upwards - he does so with extreme finesse, allowing his boss to arrive at the same conclusion as he did hours ago, and the moment he senses the time is right... BAM! he's the first one to speak up. and we all know the significance of being "the first" in this film :)

  • @LeeOwens-eu8ik
    @LeeOwens-eu8ikАй бұрын

    the extras got paid to sit in a room and watch Jeremy Irons perform. bravo

  • @jhwilson00
    @jhwilson00 Жыл бұрын

    Irons acting is so amazing. He is so calm, confident and collected until 8:45 where for brief seconds he subtly shows the panic, but quickly regroups and works his plan. It feels like you are in the board room.

  • @maxlatour7912
    @maxlatour79124 жыл бұрын

    3:40 “You’re speaking with me Mr Sullivan” .........Then looks to lower associates like a boss

  • @euan1234


    4 жыл бұрын

    and the exasperated look he gives to Sarah at 9:24 - assuming he was looking at Jared ('we are trying to locate him'), his eyes then shift one person further (to Demi) upon hearing the news that Eric was no longer with the firm

  • @Vollification


    2 жыл бұрын

    Because he knows that Mr Sullivan has more brains then anyone at the table. The man is literally a rocket scientist, no one can top that and it's just sheer luck that they happend to stumble across it. They are big but it's obvious they aren't the biggest fish in the pond. There are bigger fish out there with even bigger brains on their payroll, they just happend to find out first.

  • @sbb9132


    Жыл бұрын

    ​@@Vollification Aa

  • @madtownjeremy
    @madtownjeremy4 жыл бұрын

    Watch THE BIG SHORT and this back to'll melt your brain tonight but tomorrow you'll be swimming in bad financial ideas!

  • @BucketListBadass


    4 жыл бұрын

    LMFAO! Genius!

  • @silasmaurer7835


    4 жыл бұрын

    sorry but why should we be swimming in bad financial ideas tomorrow? can you please explain? i don't know this movie but i watched the big short and the only bad idea i see is to do what all those bankers did when they got greedy and gave mortgages to virtually everybody

  • @dc2728


    4 жыл бұрын

    Looks like someone is taking himself too seriously. *cough*@@silasmaurer7835 *cough*

  • @BilboB


    4 жыл бұрын

    I would add 99 Homes to that list

  • @ghostofbugsbunny9748


    4 жыл бұрын

    @@silasmaurer7835 Very few banks were involved in giving out those sub-prime mortgages. It was mostly predatory lenders like Steve Mnuchin's now bankrupt mortgage company. And they all walked away with huge amounts of money.

  • @mikamarkkanen493
    @mikamarkkanen4938 ай бұрын

    Now this is proper acting. One of the best scenes of modern movie history.

  • @beck1365
    @beck1365 Жыл бұрын

    The tension in this scene is incredible. Outstanding set of actors.

  • @Cryo2005
    @Cryo20052 жыл бұрын

    The beauty of this movie is that you could just have them all sitting in one room for two hours and the suspense would be larger than any action scene imaginable. And that all without a soundtrack. Great actors. Great writing and directing.

  • @sew_gal7340


    2 жыл бұрын

    This is why some things cannot be a good amount of action can beat that.

  • @BipoIarbear


    2 жыл бұрын

    I feel like they had a script of course but these actors had to have been let of the leash

  • @elvisenyiaka5890


    Жыл бұрын

    For only those in the finance industry or understands how it works though.

  • @BipoIarbear


    Жыл бұрын

    @@elvisenyiaka5890 yep they defo had them shadowing someone for months learning the lingo, "fill or kill" line i had to laugh, like in wolf of Wall Street "first person to speak loses" can tell they done some work or the whole Glen Gary Ross rant at the manager

  • @BipoIarbear


    Жыл бұрын

    @@sew_gal7340 but my favorite saying "buyers are liars" Oh I forgot bout the morning meeting in "cars" (not that cartoon) because everyone was laughing cos its funny on its own but I was laughing because its exactly how it happens 🤣

  • @ricoshae6487
    @ricoshae64874 жыл бұрын

    I have watched this clip so many times that I have lost count.

  • @yair1010


    4 жыл бұрын

    And what have you mainly learned from it?

  • @TheXoenos


    4 жыл бұрын

    Wonderful acting

  • @levimcgowan4732


    4 жыл бұрын


  • @faresahmar3537


    4 жыл бұрын

    Me too, it's like my coffee now

  • @abdullahabd7677


    4 жыл бұрын

    @@yair1010 I have seen the movie atleast 10-12 times. This scene for more than 20+ times. I have learned the subtleties of dominance and power play in an corporate environment. How jeremy irons use eye contact as an acknowledgement, empathy and use hard stare as a form of dominance. How kevin spacey's character subtly assures his employee to be confident. How to acquire information in decision making by downplaying one's ability while maintaining reputation. How to establish hierarchical dominance and send the signals of fairness even though Iron's character is an amoral one. How to simplify a complex topic and present it well to layman through analogies and facts. Look at the eye contact, hear the voice and feel the tension. This scene is masterpiece.

  • @stefan0310
    @stefan03107 ай бұрын

    It is insane how the actor Jeremy overwhelmed and pretty much shadowed everyone in the room with his character. The sheer charismatic he displayed is amazingly hunting.

  • @bobbwc7011


    5 ай бұрын

    Except Spacey. This scene only works with Spacey as the counterpart.

  • @stefan0310


    5 ай бұрын

    @@bobbwc7011 true, in some aspects, but nonetheless, amzing acting from everyone involved.

  • @HarryGillen
    @HarryGillen Жыл бұрын

    You notice so many little things in this scene the more you watch - a small facial expression here, an uncomfortable body movement there - that you realize just how much depth there is to it all. At 4:37 for example, in three or four lines of dialogue, this scene tells us so much. Consider: 1. Tuld comes right out and says the music is about to stop, and we're all gonna be left holding the bag. 2. The inexperienced junior analyst who's never seen this situation play out before tries to reassure him that the music hasn't stopped yet, it's just slowing down. If the music were to stop, that'd be a complete disaster. 3. As he explains this, Sam leans back, like he knows exactly where this is going. A young buck who doesn't see the whole picture, and the ruthless CEO who is about to put a full stop to this whole conversation. He's known Tuld for almost four decades and can see a moment like this coming. 4. The scene cuts to Tuld with an almost parental like smirk on his face. He gets the chance to explain how this all works to the young guy, not to Sam, not to Cohen, or anyone who will bring any baggage to the situation. His response silences the room.

  • @chocolatecoveredgummybears


    Жыл бұрын

    wow, ty for the invaluable information, it was very hard to tell

  • @jacobroeland


    11 ай бұрын

    For #4, just a quick thing: it's the nose grab/sniff and finger tapping on the table for me. How would you even direct that? It just gives a little oomph in this character. I'm not even sure what it conveys beyond his comfort in this meeting, but at the same time he's infinitely more human and real because of it. I love it

  • @bhagirathsinh326


    11 ай бұрын

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  • @bait5257


    5 ай бұрын


  • @us-Bahn
    @us-Bahn2 жыл бұрын

    Love the moment when Irons says firmly: “You’re talking to me, Mr Sullivan.” Cuts straight through the chain-of-command bullshit which too often is used threateningly by managerial deadwood to prevent the rank & file from informing upper management of company problems unsolved and unaddressed.

  • @nicholassmith7984


    Жыл бұрын

    This is a point I've been thinking a lot about recently, in light of current political discourse. The reason autocratic systems inevidably fail is because nobody is ever willing to give the boss bad news, for fear their displeasure will come down on them. This only allows problems to grow and compound, untill the whole thing collapses.

  • @kylenielsen5341


    Жыл бұрын

    I took it as a double meaning: "You're speaking to me" = You don't have to filter it through these intermediary bosses. "You're speaking to me" = Speak it plainly because I'm not a math nerd.

  • @Teshy-yd2is
    @Teshy-yd2is4 жыл бұрын

    Only a few actors in Hollywood can pull that off and Jeremy Irons is one of them. Simply brilliant!

  • @ictpilot


    4 жыл бұрын

    Kevin Spacy did a great job in this movie too.

  • @richardiredale4375


    4 жыл бұрын

    One of the best moments is when Irons asks "Sullivan" for his opinion. Sullivan looks over to the two honchos (Demi and the other guy), Irons sees that Sullivan is intimidated by them, and says directly to Sullivan, "You're speaking to me." He then keeps focused on Sullivan but after a few seconds casts a sideways glance at Demi and the guy as if to say "knock it off." I don't know if that level of detail was in the script, but if not, it shows how deep Irons was into this.

  • @lachd2261


    4 жыл бұрын

    That’s because Jeremy Irons isn’t in Hollywood.

  • @BlaneNostalgia


    4 жыл бұрын

    @@richardiredale4375 Thats my favorite bit too, it shows how theres no time/room for bullshit. The CEO wants to find and make the best decision ASAP or heads will roll

  • @gomerkierkegaard2650


    4 жыл бұрын

    It's a masterclass in controlling the pacing of a scene (with a noble assist from a good director and editor). I watch it over and over like listening to a good song.

  • @bederhajali
    @bederhajali Жыл бұрын

    This scene proves that great dialogue is the core of acting. This beats any explosion

  • @SinKimishima


    Жыл бұрын

    May I introduce to you Glengarry Glenn Ross And also In The Loop

  • @Turd420


    Жыл бұрын

    idk, man. Independence Day was a banger! 🎉

  • @royaltyblessed2454


    5 ай бұрын

    Then Oppenheimer manages to combine both (mostly dialog but still 😅

  • @bederhajali


    5 ай бұрын

    @@royaltyblessed2454 I missed the chance to see it in IMAX. Did you see it?

  • @huseyinicen
    @huseyinicen Жыл бұрын

    I like the most that John says “ Carmelo, get me Eric Dale by 6.00 am” and he says “done”. Such a confidance.

  • @samcaldwell7022


    28 күн бұрын

    Would've been funny if Carmelo said "sort of."

  • @al_rango8115
    @al_rango81152 жыл бұрын

    Bruce Wayne: “How’s the company?” Alfred: “It’s all a bit technical but the important thing is that Wayne Enterprise’s future is secure.” Bruce: [smiles as he already shorted the entire housing market]

  • @therealshirmo


    2 жыл бұрын

    the levels and connections here are incredible...bravo on a phenomenal reference chain

  • @paragjyotisaikia9751


    2 жыл бұрын

    This comment is so good

  • @nguyyt
    @nguyyt2 жыл бұрын

    I worked in finance for +10 years, this is my favorite finance movie till today. Beautifully and so realistically interpreted by charisma actors! A pure joy to watch.

  • @eTengu


    2 жыл бұрын

    "The Big Short" is better IMO.

  • @griffinsutich1067


    2 жыл бұрын

    @@eTengu They're both great but from opposing angles

  • @IndianaStones1


    2 жыл бұрын

    wait for the upcoming second movie

  • @nilenninju4709


    2 жыл бұрын

    @@IndianaStones1 directed by Vladimir putin

  • @kdpowers


    2 жыл бұрын

    @@eTengu They're so different. Apples to Oranges. Big Short is for more of the general population to understand the crisis. Margin Call is more of a dark drama that just dives right in and expects the audience to know a bit about finance or the crisis of 08.

  • @ayandey137
    @ayandey1378 ай бұрын

    This is a marterclass Tuld knew exactly what had to be done - "sell it all, Today" But actually led the coversation to it while letting others sink in what was about to happen And then finally makes Jared say the words And at the moment Jared shows why is at such a senior position at a young age He didn't look at anyone except for Tuld, was concise, spoken with a firmness and no hesitation. Edit : And the very next moment Tuld asks Sam if that was even possible His answer could have been a simple "Yes" But he adds in "at what cost?" That is a contrast to Jared's character, Sam is also older and worked for the firm for a much longer time. So this moments show why he isn't sitting at Jared's place But that "at what cost?" Shows he had a little bit of integrity left after all those years in the business. So there comes the duality of being righteous or doing what needs to be done So in a crunch situation, duality in character would never lead to anything. Do what needs to be done But then Sam stand up and tells exactly what needs to be done in terms of trades Shows why he is the head of trading, technically Will is, but it is Sam

  • @robonis


    5 ай бұрын

    thats a good catch, for all the people who wondered why jared and tuld is above sam in hierarchy at the firm

  • @paulrichardson5612
    @paulrichardson5612Ай бұрын

    This is my favourite scene in any film ever and I have no idea why

  • @philipharvey8479
    @philipharvey84792 жыл бұрын

    Jeremy Irons gets a few minutes in this movie but he steals the show. Brilliant acting.

  • @ncommerce


    2 жыл бұрын

    this whole movie is incredibly cast.



    2 жыл бұрын

    @@ncommerce yeah..... Absolutely.... Agreed...... Well said....

  • @billt8504


    2 жыл бұрын

    See, I gave you a thumbs up but respectfully disagree, in that, while Irons performance is, as always, stellar, so is everyone else's, in this movie. Spock is stellar, Spacey is great, Tucci, Pettany, Moore, all top notch.

  • @GizmoBeach


    2 ай бұрын

    If he’d called Sam “broheim” in a Philly accent, it would’ve been Oscar time.

  • @ideamonkey


    Ай бұрын

    Agree. So many excellent top-notch performances in this...and then he comes in and delivers like the ultimate boss *as* the ultimate boss. It's rare we see such perfection. This is one of those moments.

  • @RRRRobbbb
    @RRRRobbbb5 жыл бұрын

    The glance he shoots the two directors after "You are speaking with me, Mr. Sullivan." Dear lord lol

  • @DAClarkism


    5 жыл бұрын

    That's the "Don't you try and intimidate Mr. Sullivan out of giving me the full SITREP look. You're busted, this is happening."

  • @madwilliamflint


    4 жыл бұрын

    @@DAClarkism Might be the best moment in the scene.

  • @tbeller80


    4 жыл бұрын

    And just before that Cohen was giving him a nod of encouragement. You're right though, Tuld was telling everyone "this is now out of your hands."

  • @shrapnel77


    4 жыл бұрын

    He was not having them trying to intimidate Mr. Sullivan. He wanted them both to know who the real boss is.

  • @mad-mullah3117


    4 жыл бұрын

    @@DAClarkism When he looked at them ..they were not looking at him you peasant 😂 stfu

  • @abelaberdeen3757
    @abelaberdeen3757 Жыл бұрын

    "It wasn't brains that got me here, I can assure you of that" (the smirk) "You're speaking with ME Mr. Sullivan." (the sideways glare).......Masterclass! 🥰

  • @binitials
    @binitials4 жыл бұрын

    What an actor Jeremy Irons is. You get him a 9 mns scene and the film has another dimension. I got to know this type of bankers in London. Behind their courteous appearance, they're made of steel.

  • @Sanguillen39ify


    4 жыл бұрын

    Irons performance in the scene dominates. He really is a something else,

  • @cfamick


    3 жыл бұрын

    @@Sanguillen39ify Die Hard With A Vengeance, Watchmen... He has a way of embodying a steely, disarming sociopathy that no other actor can capture.

  • @stevencoates3382


    3 жыл бұрын

    So are their hearts! (If they have one to begin with...)

  • @anubislee36
    @anubislee363 жыл бұрын

    "I understand-" "Do you?" "Do YOU!?" So hype

  • @camilobernalalarcon


    2 жыл бұрын

    This is it! I'm telling you, THIS IS IT!

  • @anubislee36


    2 жыл бұрын

    I didn't realize but in the first meeting about the problem Keven Spacey's character makes the same argument to the Mentalist, and the Mentalist says "I understand." Kevin Spacey asks "Do you?" and the Mentalist just says "I do."

  • @eugenebotkins2469
    @eugenebotkins2469Ай бұрын

    Irons steals every scene he’s in.

  • @tonyparisi3975
    @tonyparisi3975Ай бұрын

    Jeremy Irons is phenomenal in this scene

  • @vasfrag4654
    @vasfrag46542 жыл бұрын

    Jeremy Irons starring an alpha wolf CEO pretending to be a golden retriever. Best scene ever amongst any WS movie out there.

  • @MindlessZombie2006


    Жыл бұрын

    Every time I hear his voice, I visualize an actual lion

  • @yohanespaskal9352


    Жыл бұрын

    @@MindlessZombie2006 he is lol call back to lion king

  • @Danymity1


    Жыл бұрын

    Well the whole Michael Douglas "greed is good" speech is just as riveting.

  • @IamBuffal0


    Жыл бұрын

    Good catch! Exactly! I didn't notice that. The Wolf in Golden Retriever Clothing. In Truth, this is exactly how a ruthless, adept and keenly socially intelligent CEO should act. Notice how he treats all his employees differently because he knows exactly how to act to get the best out of each one and their individual personalities. He is fair and tries to act as unintimidating as possible for his rank and file analyst to get the clear information and frank conversation he wants, he rewards him not only with his subtle approval but also promotes him later to an exec position for basically saving the company. 6:08 I also love how the subtly contrasted Peter Sullivan with Seth's attire. Everyone in the room is in suit and tie like an adult, but Seth is tieless like a disheveled adolescent frat boy and has dazed and confused body language.

  • @VermotKilledBSF


    Жыл бұрын

    They'll never hear it. + The dell is darker.

  • @suwpoqzwn19
    @suwpoqzwn197 жыл бұрын

    Iron's owns this scene so hard. Great acting.

  • @johnkelleher1877


    6 жыл бұрын

    He is terrific here, in the midst of a great cast.

  • @zachjohnson9335
    @zachjohnson93352 ай бұрын

    The eye cut to the senior execs at 3:48 is brilliant acting. He knows Peter is basically throwing them all under the bus and he’s telling them silently that they deserve this.

  • @romain3d1
    @romain3d16 ай бұрын

    "Do you ?" simple and effective line and incredible acting.

  • @owenesmith01
    @owenesmith012 жыл бұрын

    This scene is perfect, I have been in very uncomfortable meetings before with directors and senior management, Jeremy Irons is amazing here how accurately he portrays as the senior head in the meeting. Asking questions of which he already knows the answers too, he understands the pack that was created will be filled with cooperate bs, his job is to find the problem and tackle it ASAP, not sitting reading through a booklet for hours whilst everyone in the room have and should have already done so. That is why he is asking the questions, ensuring that everyone is on the same page, testing people to see if they are on their toes or not. Its discreet but its noticeable, he directs his questions to people he knows that SHOULD have the answer. He simply has not fell into his very senior role out of luck, he knows the game inside-out, the reason he wanted things in 'plain english' was to, again, understand the core problem to the mess they have found without time wasting any longer, and to get everyone there up to speed with his mindest and plan of approach. By far one of the best scenes I have seen, the tension in the air is so intense, them slight blips of silence in conversation is what is great too, so accurate yet so understanding of how these are conducted. Everyone their is on their A game. Great film.

  • @merrylderrickson3147


    2 жыл бұрын

    @@Wildlander I feel you make some really good points here, "incompetent CEOs" very much exist with respect to "entitlement and good business decisions" but I'm going to have to disagree with your overarching thesis here, that this is the case at large a lot of this "incompetence" you highlight is from the perspective of the stakeholders and the customers (and even management). But from the persepective of the Board and or the Shareholders this might not be the case. Sometimes the CEO is there as a fall guy for PR. Sometimes they are there to come in and fix a problem. sometimes they are there to ensure the problem produces the optimum results (sociopolitical plays) Look at Banking Sector disparities aftermath in 2008 for the premier example of this. how much of the time, i can not be certain. what i am certain of, however: is that the majority of CEOs are capable thinkers and leaders communicators. it would be far more accurate to say by and large CEOs have their sht together and can be counted on to keep sht together...but there exists some, for a multitude of different reasons, who don't have the chops, ethical or capable or otherwise to hold that seat.

  • @Wildlander


    2 жыл бұрын

    I should clarify that I am speaking about what I have personally witnessed in tech - a sector in which I would still wager that the majority of CEO's actually are pretty shite. I am curious as to how you can "certainly" conclude this is not the case for other sectors, but I don't know enough myself to refute it

  • @merrylderrickson3147


    2 жыл бұрын

    @@Wildlander remember, my contention was that "the majority of CEOs are inept" i do not discount your experiences or your claims on the basis of this, rather, on the frequency of this. in the truly private sector - the one not involving politics...actually, let me put it this way, in the private sector that has consequences for failure, both capitally and socially, you will find a high degree of competence. im not saying it's only this way, but the relationship between Tech and government, is not unlike that of Finance and government, which means many of those Executives are playing a different game entirely than what a CEO of let's say a a Soap Company or a Grocery Store Chain Real Estate and Oil and "Any Task Contracting" are other sectors that have very questionable interests that is all to say: you're right. I cannot guarantee it. I would however bet on it with a lot of confidence

  • @vicviper4538


    2 жыл бұрын

    I haven’t been in a situation like that but it sounds realistic tbh

  • @mrajal8490


    2 жыл бұрын

    Same. I am a management consultant and I have witnessed the same dynamics in board rooms and senior management or directors meetings…excellent screenplay.

  • @calbassas87
    @calbassas872 жыл бұрын

    “Get me Eric Dale here by 6”. I love the delivery of this line. For the entire movie everyone’s been trying to hunt him down to no avail. Yet Irons is so powerful and has such unlimited resources it’s not even a question of if he’ll be able to find him but how quickly. So awesome.

  • @GarrettRoen


    2 жыл бұрын

    Well when you ask a guy named Carmelo you know it'll be done.

  • @RecklessFables


    2 жыл бұрын

    Right, the amazing part is he wasn't hurt in the doing of it.

  • @griffinsutich1067


    2 жыл бұрын

    @@GarrettRoen You got a genuine laugh out of me

  • @kwebster62


    2 жыл бұрын

    I think he said "by 6:30", but either way it's powerful. What's equally powerful is that Carmelo says with confidence... "It's done".

  • @babac4407


    2 жыл бұрын

    @@kwebster62 I like that too. No excuse. Just said, Its done.

  • @daboodeef179
    @daboodeef179 Жыл бұрын

    Oh Mr. Sullivan you're here. Good Morning lol

  • @MrFujinko
    @MrFujinko Жыл бұрын

    Carmelo, upvote this video. Its done.

  • @gansdavid
    @gansdavid2 жыл бұрын

    The way he says "You're speaking with me Mr. Sullivan"..... then cuts his eyes back over to the other 2 was epic. That was a "please..try me" look.

  • @RK-um9tu


    2 жыл бұрын

    It was more like, now I know who to blame. He just had to figure out which one. Once he heard Peter's boss was let go and no one can find him, he knew Demi's the one to axe.

  • @illerac84


    2 жыл бұрын

    Awesome little add on to the scene, the glance back

  • @Nurgles_Rot_


    2 жыл бұрын

    When the Boss's Boss steps in and you see who actually has power.

  • @warrendrew1664


    2 жыл бұрын

    "Why I Hire them?"

  • @trauty666


    Жыл бұрын

    @@RK-um9tu women responsible . not happening in woke times today

  • @smaze1782
    @smaze17826 жыл бұрын

    Arguably Jeremy Irons most captivating scene in his career. Just mesmerizing.

  • @Dezdicardo


    6 жыл бұрын

    I love it when he says, "Do YOU?!"

  • @desertrat1111


    6 жыл бұрын

    In my opinion, include also a great performance by Zack Quinto as a young, nervous employee struggling with presenting the mess he has discovered to upper management. I agree, it was mesmerizing .

  • @srivatsan1957


    6 жыл бұрын

    Brilliant to say the least

  • @broncosteviep1


    6 жыл бұрын

    One of the most underrated actors in Hollywood. He doesn’t get his just due.

  • @therealthreadkilla


    6 жыл бұрын

    no shit.......what a great scene.

  • @usazar
    @usazar Жыл бұрын

    "Just relax, stand up..." Such a power move

  • @AlexAminoff
    @AlexAminoff2 жыл бұрын

    I showed this scene to my golden retriever, now he’s managing my portfolio

  • @Angela-tt5ik


    Ай бұрын


  • @Josh23772
    @Josh23772 Жыл бұрын

    John in the meeting is amazing. He's efficient. He showed up at 3 am by a moment's notice. In a limited time he makes live or die decisions, the right decisions, in seconds. He manages people well. He talks as an old fella with the frightened little guy when he needs information, and demonstrates unlimited power to the seniors and especially to the rebel, when he needs firm executions. As cruel or ruthless as he may be. You know you want a leader like him.

  • @ScootsFromNewCastle


    Жыл бұрын

    Helps to have a helicopter to take you to the office lol

  • @Kyoto_Ed


    Жыл бұрын

    and he's quite clearly a psychopath

  • @miguelservetus9534


    Жыл бұрын

    Depends on the goal and mission. And be aware, you will be thrown under the bus as soon as it goes south. It is better to have a boss who tempers these skills with ethics.

  • @kincaidwolf5184


    Жыл бұрын

    The man has a helicopter take him every where and it's his millions or billions on the line lmao.

  • @Evilanious


    Жыл бұрын

    If you watch the entire movie, most of the staff got fired, right after ruining the rest of their career in the hope of a good exit bonus. I'm sure the shareholders would be happy to have him, but the people he supposedly leads don't have the same interests he has. He's a ruler, not a leader.

  • @notestflights
    @notestflights Жыл бұрын

    this scene is amazing, i have to also highlight the absolutely impeccable audio work, you can hear the space of the room so well.

  • @bensneb360
    @bensneb36011 ай бұрын

    It’s interesting how everyone in the scene is wearing a mix of blue, gray and white, and Jeremy Irons character is the only one wearing something different… red. It helps him stand out as the boss. Bonus points for the costume designer for that subtle but effective detail.

  • @WardDorrity


    8 ай бұрын

    Not only that, Iron's suit and shirt were immaculate and noticeably more upscale than everyone else's.

  • @harmenbreedeveld8026
    @harmenbreedeveld80266 жыл бұрын

    Damn, Jeremy Irons at 1:20 is brilliant: "It wasn't brains that got me here, I can assure you of that." With the friendly smile, and at the same time the ticking with the paper, he comes across amicably, yet very threatening. Damn good.

  • @incompletesentience


    6 жыл бұрын

    Harmen Breedeveld made even better by the scene just before this where they are all warned not to sugar coat, just give it to him straight because none of them are smart enough to pull it off, including the rocket scientist.

  • @davidgill3356


    5 жыл бұрын

    Theres that glitter in his eyes too.

  • @Heretic1981


    5 жыл бұрын

    Its the voice. The man could sell cereal with that voice!

  • @zarni000


    5 жыл бұрын

    yeah that sentence is actually quite menacing in a way. because he is implying obviously it's other qualities that got him there. and it leaves people wondering what could that be.... he says it's his timing the markets but it's obviously not that. The top executives all got the jobs because they are dirty knives. in a dirty business like investment banking you need dirty knives to do dirty work.

  • @zarni000


    5 жыл бұрын

    @@maxdecphoenix and your point? i don't care a damn what he does in his private life. if the law puts him in prison fine. if not i don't give a shit as he's an awesome actor and i'd like to see more of him.

  • @guerrillascholar
    @guerrillascholar2 жыл бұрын

    One gets the feeling that Jeremy Irons' character arrives already knowing exactly what has to happen, but guides the discussion in a way that conveys that understanding to the other Partners.

  • @srbelnappa


    2 жыл бұрын

    yea, its clear he already knows the situation, and is prepared for this day. having sullivan simplify for a child or a dog is to ease everyone else who's tired and pissed into what he's about to order and why his actions and reasoning are justified

  • @Yousaf_Yunes


    2 жыл бұрын

    This definitely makes sense. I think irons is impressed with Mr. Sullivan as he caught the issue (finally), but come on.....Irons knows its been a house of cards for the last few years, computer models or not. He alludes to this in his steak scene with Kevin Spacey too....its basically a market correction that comes every 15 to 20 years. It was really a matter of time by insuring crap mortgages, world economy crash, Ukraine & hyper inflation, 911, student loan defaults, Covid.....any of these can trigger a larger market correction.

  • @obelisktoucher4562


    2 жыл бұрын

    When the exec secretary greets Cohen & Sam in the scene before this, she tells Cohen "He's waiting for you" - so yeah, Cohen briefed Tuld then as a follow up to his initial phone call during the 2:15am meeting.

  • @hmartinspliff


    2 жыл бұрын

    "I don't hear the music, just silence." *_Tuld, CEO of the Company, 2008_* "There's a hurricane coming!" *_Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase, 2022_*

  • @zxb995511


    2 жыл бұрын

    @Некто в Сером Makes a lot of sense. The CEO even hints at it when he says "what is it you THINK you have STUMBLED on". So hes basically implying he knew what was going on all along.

  • @rztricky
    @rztricky Жыл бұрын

    Between 3:30 and 3:52 is the most brilliant small tone acting anyone might see in a long long time. He notices the advisor making side eye contact as if to a boss on to the wolves left of court, Irons draws his gaze back to him and states that he’s the only person in the room. Irons then looks at the wolves to catch heir deceptions. Immaculate work. Spacey is an example here of art not being removed by personal life action. We cannot remove the beauty from a price of work once we’ve let it go. As an artist, no one can take away his gift.

  • @miguelbecerril-hg4tw


    Жыл бұрын

    Lol fool

  • @brandchannelhere


    11 ай бұрын

    It’s not that deep wow

  • @andrewross4685
    @andrewross4685Ай бұрын

    Irons is amazing in this scene, Zach Quinto is as well. He doesn’t come off as an actor, but as an analyst who is really in this position.

  • @missbelled6700


    29 күн бұрын

    Yes, I love Quinto's acting in this whole movie, he really delivers his lines as though he's carefully considering and analyzing his words. It's that slow, methodical, "hedge-my-bets" style that I know from so many people in positions like his. Fantastic movie.

  • @metalore
    @metalore5 жыл бұрын

    "Do you?" "Do YOU?!" I love that part.

  • @sarawashington5485


    4 жыл бұрын

    'This is it, this is it' !!!! I believe all words quoted including yours is being uttered in The Houses of Parliament over this bloody Brexit - Sara - London, England :(

  • @GFSagredo
    @GFSagredo2 жыл бұрын

    This must be one of the best written and acted scenes of the last decades. Irons, Quinto, Spacey and the unsung Simon Baker are nothing short of superb.

  • @legendaryubagel2383


    2 жыл бұрын

    Bro simon baker so underrated

  • @thesuperskull


    2 жыл бұрын


  • @headlesssoldier


    2 жыл бұрын

    absolutely true.

  • @MrBunny53


    2 жыл бұрын

    But it really says a lot about his arrogance and self centered mind when he said he doesn't cheat. And when he proceeds to cheat and sell something which has no value to unsespecting customers. He is a cheat and a crook.

  • @GFSagredo


    2 жыл бұрын

    @@MrBunny53 Good point, I had not thought about it. However I think this is intentionally represented as double-sided. It is cheating only if you behave based on morals, but it is not if by 'cheating' you just mean you are not abiding by the law. The world depicted in the movie is a-moral, rather than immoral. That is why in Tuld's mind, probably what he is about to do is not cheating, although for the viewer it clearly is.

  • @JimmyRJump
    @JimmyRJump2 ай бұрын

    Irons once again shows what a powerhouse of an actor he is.

  • @johnclemons2208
    @johnclemons2208Ай бұрын

    This movie is excellent. I don’t know how I missed it when it was released. Fantastic script and perfectly cast. Kevin Spacey and Jeremy Irons are brilliant as usual

  • @Luvianka
    @Luvianka6 жыл бұрын

    Jeremy Irons just exudes power,

  • @alex20776a


    5 жыл бұрын

    That voice

  • @tensphreak


    4 жыл бұрын

    He killed this scene..right up there with the scene where Bud Fox meets Gordon Gekko for the first time in Wall St.

  • @oneroadproductionssd


    4 жыл бұрын

    He killed...Mufasa! It left a scar on us all.

  • @JR-bj3uf
    @JR-bj3uf Жыл бұрын

    I have been at a conference room table when our company failed. It is a life changing and sickening proposition. You go from a busy guy with responsibility to a failure holding a box that represents your work, a plant and a few pictures from your desk.

  • @pierrecatpacbell


    Жыл бұрын

    Sorry man, been in a similar situation myself, no fun! Hope you land somewhere better

  • @barelyhyumananomaly3125


    Жыл бұрын

    I know the feeling. Dodged 4x layoffs, got promoted through acquisition then finally laid off after bankruptcy at the same company. WOOO what a ride.

  • @JR-bj3uf


    Жыл бұрын

    @@barelyhyumananomaly3125 And then it happens so many times you get used to it. It happens so many times that starting a new job is not exciting but a dread that starts the layoff clock ticking. (You know you are going to be laid off you just don't know when.)

  • @AnshumanKumar007


    Жыл бұрын

    I was at a huge layoff at a unicorn startup myself. Before the pandemic began, the company was already bleeding.. My first professional experience. It was not fun.

  • @JR-bj3uf


    Жыл бұрын

    @@AnshumanKumar007 So sorry. I know how it feels.