The Company Men 
Realistic, poignant film on the volatility of the economic system, jobs, money and security, with spectacular cinematography by Roger Deakins and a first-rate male cast, where Chris Cooper, Craig T. Nelson and particularly Ben Affleck shine, the latter giving a fantastic performance that suits his fantastic character, the most important achievement of the script penned by John Wells, who also directs. The most overlooked film of the year.
A movie about people being fired released during a period of actual record high unemployment in the US. It doesn’t really appeal to me. Probably why the film flopped here. I might see this, but probably on DVD.
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