The Big Screen | Netflix | Amazon.com | Amazon Video price $14.99 description The movie about the 2008 financial crisis is a gripping thriller that delves into the lives of four brothers whose stock portfolios are devastated by the meltdown.
They were devastated by losing their jobs.
They lost their homes.
And they lost their money.
The brothers were devastated.
In the months that followed, they faced foreclosure.
Their father, who is a wealthy businessman, sold off a large chunk of the family’s assets, which meant he and his family were living off of a meager $100 a month.
He and his wife, who runs a small business selling baby formula, were struggling to keep up with the bills.
“The only way we can keep going is if we have the money to buy a house,” said the eldest brother, Adam, in the movie.
The brother who sold his home had to sell a lot of things, including his $1.5 million mansion.
“It was a really big deal for him,” said his sister, Rebecca, who was also devastated by her brother’s sudden loss of his home.
The siblings were so desperate to buy homes that they went to a friend of a friend, who in turn helped them get their financial needs met.
But the real estate agents who helped them bought homes for the brothers instead of renting them.
That made the loss worse.
“They took our savings,” Rebecca said.
The family then lost their home.
They had just $2,000 in the bank.
And that was the only home they had left.
The bank foreclosed on their home, which they had lived in for 10 years.
In January 2017, the brothers had to move into an apartment that had no utilities and no internet access.
The two of them had no money to pay for gas, electricity, and other basic expenses.
In May, the family sold their second home.
“We had $20,000 and had two cars,” Adam said.
“Now we don’t have anything.”
When the brothers moved out of their apartment, the house they had been renting out was foreclosed upon and they had to go into arrears on their mortgage payments.
The house they lived in was sold for a total of $1,959.
“I was like, ‘This is the worst moment of my life,'” Adam said of the sudden loss.
“This is where I’m at.
We can’t keep going.
This is where it’s going to end.”
It’s been six years since Adam and Rebecca lost their house.
It was the largest home they’d ever lost.
The next month, they were forced to move out of the apartment they had built for them.
They lived in a three-bedroom apartment, which had an attached garage and had a private pool.
When the family moved out, the basement had been emptied.
The whole house was covered in mold and debris, so the family had to take a cab home.
Adam said that the cab driver who was supposed to take them home was late because he was taking a bus.
He had to pay $400 to drive them home.
When they were getting ready to leave, the cab company cut the rate to $100.
When Adam got to his apartment, he realized that his wife was still there, waiting for them, waiting to meet up with him.
The cab driver was upset that Adam wasn’t there, but he said that he didn’t know what to do.
“He said, ‘You should just get out of here,'” Rebecca said, laughing.
“So I walked out of there.
I thought, ‘I’m not going to get out.’
But I was right.
I got to the airport.
And I went into my apartment and went to get the car.
And the next thing I knew, I was at the front desk.”
The cab company called the police and told Adam that his car had been stolen, but Adam said the driver was not in the car and didn’t tell him what happened.
He didn’t even get to pick up his car.
“And then he called my wife and said, I don’t know if I’m going to be able to pick you up,” Adam recounted.
“She said, “You should get out.
We don’t want you around here.
“When Adam and his brother were leaving the apartment, Adam’s sister said that she and her sister were worried about their mother, who lives across the street.
The mother was in the hospital with a hip injury.
When he got to her house, Adam said, he saw that she was still breathing, and the two of the brothers were on their way to her home.
But their mother had died two days before.
Adam and Adam’s brother were not able to get a taxi to their home because they were driving at a speed of over 100 miles per hour.
They ended up taking a cab to a different