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    Margin Call
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    Character: Mary Rogers
    Directed by: J.C. Chandor
    Written by: J.C. Chandor
    Produced by: Robert Ogden Barnum, Michael Benaroya
    Other cast: Kevin Spacey, Paul Bettany, Jeremy Irons, Zachary Quinto, Penn Badgley, Simon Baker, Demi Moore, Stanley Tucci
    Release date: 18 May 2012 (Italy)
    Genre: Biography, Drama, Thriller
    Running time: 1h 47min

    Follows the key people at an investment bank, over a 24-hour period, during the early stages of the financial crisis.

    Movie Quotes

    Mary Rogers: Sam, you don’t live here any more. Are you alright? You don’t look so good.
    Sam Rogers: Yeah, it’s been a rough day all the way around.
    Mary Rogers: I know, Sammie called.
    Sam Rogers: Is he alright?
    Mary Rogers: They got hammered, but they got out alive.
    Sam Rogers: Oh, good.
    Mary Rogers: Well I’m going go back inside and go back to bed. The alarm is on, so don’t try to break in. Take care of yourself.

    In Mary’s memories…

    The shortest, sweetest job I’ve ever had. I was there for one night! [Laughs.] I flew in to New York, stayed at a great hotel, got picked up in the morning, we drove up the Hudson to this beautiful house, and by that night we were shooting it. And I got to be with Kevin [Spacey], and I hadn’t worked with Kevin since we did the play National Anthem, which Kevin, Tom Berenger, and I did at the Long Wharf in the ’80s. I don’t think Kevin and I had worked together since then. We’d seen each other here and there. I can’t tell you how easy it was for us to fall into an implied history. They’re all wonderful people, the creators and writers ofMargin Call. I know [J.C. Chandor] has this new film with [Robert] Redford that’s just come out [All Is Lost]. I haven’t seen it yet, but I can’t wait. I was supposed to go to the premiere, but my work schedule changed so I couldn’t. I’m already looking forward to my hiatus, so I can catch up on movies! [from “Mary McDonnell on Battlestar Galactica and going mute in front of Robert Redford” by Will Harris]