It is a big movie “The Big Short”, which tells about the birth and the effects of the global economic crisis between 2008 and 2012 and has many famous names in American cinema.
Michael Burry (Christian Bale), an economist responsible for the management of large-scale funds, recognizes the bad trend in Mortgage-backed bills, which occupy an important place in the American economy. At the same time, a fund management company with Jared Vennett (Ryan Gosling) as a sales consultant knocks on Mark Baum (Steve Carell) ‘s investment company and wants to sell insurance funds against Mortgage backed bonds. Two young investors, who learn that Burry and Baum companies are getting large amounts of Mortgage-based insurance funds, knock on the door of Ben Rickert (Brad Pitt), a former banker and a wolf economist. These economic geniuses, who use different fund companies and invest all their assets in counter-insurance policies with the prediction that the Mortgage system will collapse, begin to follow the developments within the stress of the collapse of the American economy.
A big movie “The Big Short ”, which uses economic terms that are difficult to understand, but which occasionally brings the audience into the flow with little explanations… It reveals the brutality and complexity of the capitalist system and impeccates the emotions of the people involved in the events at that time with the performances of the successful players in its staff. In a way, it conveys to the audience… Real estate, pension investments, insurance policies and bonds with a total value of 5 trillion dollars only disappeared in America; A huge economic crisis in which 8 million people lost their jobs could only be described in such a beautiful movie. Simply perfect. It’s a movie suggestion about the economy…