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Based on the bestselling book by Andrew Ross Sorkin, TOO BIG TO FAIL offers an intimate look at the epochal financial crisis of 2008 and the powerful men and women who decided the fate of the worlds economy in a matter of a few weeks. Centering on Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, the film goes behind closed doors to examine the symbiotic relationship between Wall Street and Washington.

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Director: Curtis Hanson
Producer: Ezra Swerdlow
Actor: Ed Asner
Actor: William Hurt
Actor: Edward Asner
Actor: Billy Crudup
Actor: Paul Giamatti
Actor: Topher Grace
Actor: Ayad Akhtar
Actor: Evan Handler
Actor: Bryan Walsh
Actor: Joey Slotnick
Actor: Matthew Modine
Actor: Cynthia Nixon
Actor: Michael O'Keefe
Actor: Bill Pullman
Actor: Tony Shalhoub
Actor: James Woods
Actor: Kathy Baker
Actor: Amy Carlson
Actor: John Heard
Actor: Dan Hedaya
Actor: Peter Hermann
Actor: Chance Kelly
Actor: Tom Mason
Actor: Ajay Mehta
Actor: Laila Robins
Actor: Victor Slezak
Actor: Joseph Slotnick
Actor: Erin Dilly
Actor: Beau Baxter
Actor: Benjamin Livingston
Actor: Erin Burnett
Actor: Chil Kong
Actor: Daniel K. Issac
Actor: James Saito
Actor: Maria Bartiromo
Actor: Robert Hogan
Actor: Chandra Thomas
Actor: David Faber
Actor: Laurence Lau
Actor: Josh Casaubon
Actor: Gregory Jones
Actor: George Taylor
Actor: Kathleen Coslett
Actor: Danny Darrow
Actor: Rob Evans
Actor: Rutanya Alda
Actor: Peter Benson
Actor: Andrew Ross Sorkin
Actor: Fiona Choi
Actor: Tom Tammi
Actor: Steve Liesman
Actor: Steve Tom
Actor: Jonathan Freeman
Actor: Linda Glick
Actor: Bud Jones
Actor: Jennifer Van Dyck
Actor: Les J.N. Mau
Actor: Jill Dalton
Actor: Beatrice Miller
Actor: Gia Mcknight
Actor: Patricia Randell
Actor: Casey Biggs
Actor: Robert Vincent Smith
Actor: Joe Kernen

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