“Arbitrage”, con Gere y Sarandon, abre el festival de cine de San Sebastián

Según el comunicado de la organización, “Arbitrage” es un “tenso y seductor thriller sobre el amor y la lealtad en el mundo de las altas finanzas”, en el que Gere y Sarandon están acompañados por un reparto que incluye también a Laetitia Casta, Tim Roth, Brit Marling y Nate Parker.

La gala supondrá el regreso a San Sebastián de ambos actores, muy recordados en el festival por haber sido galardonados en pasadas ediciones con sendos Premios Donostia en reconocimiento a toda su carrera: Richard Gere en la 55 edición del Festival en 2007 y Susan Sarandon en la 43 edición en 1995.

Según ha informado hoy la organización del Zinemaldia en una nota, la proyección del filme tendrá lugar en la gala de inauguración del certamen, en lo que será la “premiere europea” de la producción estadounidense “Arbitrage”.

La nota del Zinamaldia explica que “Arbitrage” supone el debut en el largometraje de ficción del escritor y director Nicholas Jarecki, joven talento que saltó a la fama gracias a su libro “Breaking In: How 20 Film Directors Got Their Start”, publicado en 2002.

Jarecki ha dirigido también el documental “The Outsider”, ha escrito la adaptación para la pantalla de la novela de Bret Easton Ellis “The Informers” y ha producido el documental de James Toback Tyson, que obtuvo un Premio Especial del Jurado en el Festival de Cannes en 2008.

San Sebastián (España) –  La película “Arbitrage”, protagonizada por Richard Gere y Susan Sarandon, inaugurará el próximo 21 de septiembre la Sección Oficial a concurso de la 60 edición del Festival Internacional de Cine de San Sebastián (norte de España).

Richard Gere Interview on 9/11, New Movie ‘Arbitrage’ Video

Mid life. It is getting such great reviews all across the country. One of the things you get into, are the masters of the universe, also try to create their own moral universe. ? The land of the free and the home of the brave ? a bell tolls. You knew nothing? I knew nothing until I got there because I had the radio off. And everyone was okay. Susan sarandon. He’s not quite a billionaire. It’s just filled with love and affection. Just like today. How does it feel to get the lifetime achievement awards? It’s a little premature. The festivals that I’ve been to. But make the same kind of moral bad decisions. They started to tell me what was going on. You know, at the peak of your power right now. I forgot this was the 11th until this morning. And in business we can be this, at home we can be this. And everyone is stunned. You remember, it was the most beautiful day. Absolutely. He’s wealthy, yeah. Were you in washington then? I was here. And I come into this retreat that’s on a lake. The unhappiness. But on the inside, your world seems to be crashing in on you. She says one of the things you pull off here in the character, is everyone is watching this thing, knowing at some level, your character’s a very bad guy. I left like 7:00 in the morning. The cell wasn’t working. One of them is your wife. It recalls the bernie madoff scandal. The movie’s going to be a big hit. Yeah. That moment seems so fresh. I left early in the morning. Like san sebastian, the whole town, the whole region comes out. How do you think I’ve tolerated all this? Tolerated? What about me? What about the complaining. You have to be of a certain age and they start giving you this stuff. I don’t know if he’s a billionaire, by the way. You play a wall street titan, a benevolent billionaire on the outside. “Arbitrage” comes out friday. Thank you for sharing that. I was here in new york. This guy makes very bad decisions. If you really look at the film, there’s nobody in this film that doesn’t make some bad decisions. I finally got through to the family. The wonderful, charities. But these are the dinosaur awards. You know, she’s gotten very comfortable with the lifestyle. This is something ripped out of the headlines. I was driving up to massachusetts. Yes, the charities. Take sure your family is okay. Especially the european ones. You know, when we made the movie, bernie madoff was kind of the archetype of everybody’s idea of corruption, and money, funds, greed, and all that. And now, we’re seeing all these bankers and fund managers, who are more like us. And we remember the victims of those attacks, 11 years ago today. I’ve had close friends come up to me who were really angry with me because they were rooting for the guy. It’s hard not to get caught up in that, richard. I think europeans are — the whole town comes out. I couldn’t call back home. It was such a beautiful day. If you look at her actions and where she’s coming from. How do you think I pay for them? She wanted to cut that scene because I listed 50 things. And our other relationships. The trainers. Our actions, our thoughts, our morality, resonates through every part of our lives. The shopping. Richard, thank you very much.

Transcript for Richard Gere on 9/11, New Movie ‘Arbitrage’. Also getting honored, I saw at the zurich film festival. They’re all connected. So, three hours later, I’m up there. That’s what everybody was doing that day. By the time, the movie was released, it had gone past bernie madoff, who was obviously a very sick man. And it was such a beautiful day. The movie is not easy. I didn’t even want the radio on. It doesn’t work that way. One thing about this movie, but people think — you and I and probably the 400 people who are here, we think we can compartmentalize our morality. But you’re also rooting for him. But it’s very nice. I was making too good of a case. Everything. Let’s show a little of that. The phone wasn’t working. It’s very generous and very loving. From the cops. I was on my way to a retreat up in massachusetts. Although, as you say, no. The drinking. I don’t know what’s going on. Talking to my producer, kate, about this early this morning. They’re more normal people, certainly living at a different stratosphere. And we’re back, now, in the studio, with our next guest, richard gere.

This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.

Test Text1 plain On this 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, we pause, now, to remember that moment, when the first plane hit the world trade center. I do want to move on to your movie. We had to pull some out

Maria Bartiromo | Fox News

She has become part of pop culture during her career, having had cameos in several motion picture movies, playing herself in “Wall Street Two” with Michael Douglas and “Arbitrage” with Richard Gere, among others. She joined CNBC in 1993 after five years as a producer, writer and assignment editor with CNN Business News, where she wrote and produced some of CNN’s top business programs.

In 2009, the Financial Times named her one of the “50 Faces That Shaped the Decade,” and she was the first female journalist to be inducted into the Cable Hall of Fame Class of 2011. She later won a second Emmy for her 2009 documentary, “Inside the Mind of Google,” which aired globally on CNBC. She also served as an adjunct professor at NYU Stern School of Business for the fall semesters of 2010 through 2013.

Bartiromo has been a pioneer in her industry. Her first Emmy was for her 2008 News and Documentary coverage of the 2007-2008 financial collapse and her “Bailout Talks Collapse” coverage was broadcast on NBC Nightly News. During her 20-year tenure as the face of CNBC, she launched the network’s morning program, Squawk Box; anchored The Closing Bell with Maria Bartiromo; and was the anchor and managing editor of the nationally syndicated On the Money with Maria Bartiromo, formerly The Wall Street Journal Report with Maria Bartiromo.

Bartiromo has written weekly columns for Business Week and Milano Finanza magazines, as well as monthly columns for Individual Investor, Ticker and Reader’s Digest magazines. Bartiromo is the author of several books, including The Weekend That Changed Wall Street, published by Portfolio / Penguin, and The 10 Laws of Enduring Success, published by Random House; both were released in 2010.

. In 1995, she became the first journalist to report live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on a daily basis. She has been published in the Financial Times, Newsweek, Town and Country, Registered Rep and the New York Post.

Maria Bartiromo joined FOX Business Network (FBN) as Global Markets Editor in January 2014.  She is the anchor of Mornings with Maria on FBN (weekdays from 9-11 AM/ET) and Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo (Sundays at 10 AM/ET) on FOX News Channel (FNC).

She has received numerous prestigious awards, including two Emmys and a Gracie Award. Bartiromo won a Gracie Award for “Greenspan: Power, Money & the American Dream,” also broadcast globally on CNBC.

She graduated from New York University, where she studied journalism and economics. In 1999, Joey Ramone of the Ramones rock band wrote a song about her, titled “Maria Bartiromo,” which was on his final album.

Bartiromo is a member of the Board of Trustees of New York University, the Board of Directors of the Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Economic Club of New York and the Board of Directors of The National Italian American Foundation (NIAF).

Bartiromo has covered business and the economy for more than 25 years and was one of the building blocks of business cable network CNBC