|Director:||George Clooney, Matt Damon, Jeffrey Wright, Chris Cooper, Amanda Peet, William Hurt, Christopher Plummer, Alexander Siddig, Kayvan Novak, Amr Waked, Robert Foxworth, Nicky Henson, Nicholas Art, Steven Hinkle, Daisy Tormé, Peter Gerety, Richard Lintern, Mazhar Munir, Jocelyn Quivrin, Shahid Ahmed, Bikram Singh Bhamra, Roger Yuan, Jamey Sheridan, Max Minghella, Nadim Sawalha, Akbar Kurtha, Sonnell Dadral, Tim Blake Nelson, Mark Strong, Badria Timimi|
|Writer:||Stephen Gaghan, Robert Baer|
|Producer:||Jennifer Fox, Steven Soderbergh, George Clooney, Georgia Kacandes, Michael Nozik|
SummaryU.S. energy giant Connex is losing control of key Middle East oil fields in a kingdom ruled by the al-Subaai family. The emirate's foreign minister, Prince Nasir has granted natural gas drilling rights to a Chinese company, greatly upsetting the U.S. oil industry and government. To compensate for its decreased production capacity, Connex initiates a shady merger with Killen, a smaller oil company that recently won the drilling rights to key petroleum fields in Kazakhstan. Antitrust regulators at the U.S. Justice Department have misgivings. A Washington, D.C.-based law firm is hired to smooth the way for the merger. Bennett Holiday is assigned to promote the impression of due diligence to the DoJ, deflecting any allegations of corruption.
|Bikram Singh Bhamra||...|
|Tim Blake Nelson||...|