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In one late, charged scene in Nicholas Jarecki’s convoluted, Wall Street-set crime melodrama, the main character’s adult daughter accuses him of involving her in financial fraud. Dismissing his defense of this conduct, she says, “For a moment I thought you were going to say you were sorry.” Actually Robert Miller (Richard Gere) has been telling various people he’s sorry with some regularity, and he has a lot to be sorry about. Miller, the head of a Wall Street investment firm is tottering, along with his company, on the edge of calamity, and he’s been scrambling, corner-cutting, and lying to very important people, including some from law enforcement, in order to pull away from this disaster.

Sleepwalk With Me

Tailor-made for comedy nerds, Sleepwalk With Me is a fictionalized adaptation of comic Mike Birbiglia’s monologue about his early days in the business. Along the way he became a sleepwalker—well, more accurately he developed “REM sleep behavior disorder,” a condition in which the sufferer physically responds to his dreams.

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