11Nov8:00 pmEST

Saturday Night at Market Chess Cinemas

Clive Owen in Croupier (1998) transcends the cliché about a writer writing a movie about a writer looking for ideas about which to write. I have spent plenty of time in casinos myself, and Owen’s performance hits home as authentic.

I was also impressed at how realistic the film portrays gamblers, dealers, and the general day-to-day ongoings inside the casino.

via imdb.com

An aspiring writer is hired as a croupier at a casino, where he realizes that his life as a croupier would make a great novel.

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