Money (1991 film)
|Directed by||Steven Hilliard Stern|
|Produced by||André Djaoui|
|Written by||Paul-Loup Sulitzer (novel)|
|Music by||Ennio Morricone|
|Cinematography||Franco Di Giacomo|
|Distributed by||United International Pictures|
The film centers around a young rich man's revenge on his late father's associates who have stolen his inheritance money.
Frank Cimballi (Eric Stoltz) is a rich 21-year-old who goes to claim his inheritance only to find it has been embezzled by his father's former business partners. Traveling the globe in search of the white-collar thieves who have robbed him of millions, Frank locates his father's seriously ill associate Will Scarlet (F. Murray Abraham), who admits to his role in the crime and agrees to help Frank track down the rest of the men on his revenge list.