The Game
Released
1997
Directed by
David Fincher
Pedro Coutinho
Tagline
Players Wanted.
What do you get for the man who has everything?
You don't play it
it plays you
The object of the game is to discover the object of....
Produced by
Steve Golin
Cean Chaffin
Screenplay by
Michael Ferris
John Brancato
Actors
Sean Penn
Michael Douglas
Spike Jonze
Carroll Baker
James Rebhorn
Tommy Flanagan
Deborah Kara Unger
Mark Boone Junior
Armin Mueller-Stahl
Michael Massee
Peter Donat
Bob Stephenson
Kimberly Russell
John Cassini
Daniel Schorr
Keena Turner
Gerry Becker
Yuji Okumoto
Anna Katarina
Jack Kehoe
John Aprea
Harrison Young
Joe Frank
Elizabeth Dennehy
Harris Savides
John Hammil
Charles Martinet
George Maguire
Victor Talmadge
Linda Manz
Jason Kristofer
Jay Gordon
Christopher John Fields
Bob Dini
Gypsy Boots
Bob Quinn
Duffy Gaver
J. Anthony Pena
Rachel Flanagan
Terence Ford
Trish Summerville
Marc Siegler
Hideo Kimura
Anni Long
Caroline Barclay
Tom Crowl
Scott Hunter McGuire
Aaron Lucich
Jarion Monroe
Lily Soh Froehlich
Owen Masterson
Joy Ann Ryan
Charles Branklyn
Kathyjean Harris
Tracie May
Elise Robins
Will Jones
Florentina Mocanu
Jason Uson
Peter Davidian
Stephen Cowee
André Brazeau
Bob Scott
Christopher Cory
Alex Lynwood
James Brooks
Jeffrey Michael Young
Edward Campbell
Michael Lynwood
Sean Moloney
Bill Flanner
Tammy Koehler
Sean Lanthier
Rachel Steinberg
Jamie Midgley
Carlos Hoy
Curtis Vanterpool
Sara Davallou
Vic Ferreira
Netflix Rating
R (USA)
Rated
R (USA)
Netflix Genre
Thrillers
Psychological Thrillers
Mystery
Suspense
Blu-ray
Netflix Format
DVD and Blu-ray
Genres
Suspense
Thriller
Mystery
Adventure Film
Short Film
Action Film
Psychological thriller
Category
Film

The Game

The Game is a 1997 American mystery thriller film directed by David Fincher, starring Michael Douglas and Sean Penn, and produced by Propaganda Films and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment. It tells the story of a wealthy investment banker who is given a mysterious gift: participation in a game that integrates in strange ways with his everyday life. As the lines between the banker's real life and the game become more uncertain, hints of a large conspiracy become apparent. The Game was well ... more on Wikipedia

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