7 Movies Like Boiler Room (2000)

The film “Boiler Room” depicts the story of a young man named Seth, who at the age of 19, runs an illegal casino out of his apartment and makes a comfortable living doing so. His father is a judge and when he finds out about it, he raises a lot of fuss.

Therefore, the young man obtains a job as a broker during the day with a bucket shop on Long Island, New York, that sells worthless or questionable stock through the use of high-pressure telephone techniques.

Seth reflects that when he was operating his casino, at least he was delivering an item that satisfied the requirements of his clientele.Ben Younger, who is 29 years old and is making his debut as a writer and director with this film, claims that he conducted a large number of interviews with brokers while he was developing the screenplay.

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