The Bank

The Bank

  • Not Rated
  • 2001
  • 104 min
  • Australia
  • drama, romance, thriller

The Bank is a thriller about banking, corruption and alchemy.

Director: Robert Connolly

Screenwriter: Robert Connolly

Stars: David Wenham, Anthony LaPaglia, Sibylla Budd

This thriller puts an intriguing premise to good use.


  • Robert Connolly
    Robert Connolly

    Robert Connolly is a film director, producer and screenwriter based in Melbourne, Australia. Connolly is best known as the director and writer of the feature films Balibo, Three Dollars and The Bank, and the producer of the high-profile Australian films Romulus, My Father and The Boys.

Main Cast


Producer: John Maynard, Domenico Procacci

Editor: Nick Meyers

Casting: Jane Norris

Director Of Photography: Tristan Milani

Original Music Composer: Alan John

Costume Design: Annie Marshall

Production Design: Luigi Pittorino, Juliet John

Sound: Sam Petty

Make Up / Hair: Stephanie Larman, Dallas Stephens


Tagline: Power. Corruption. Revenge.

Genres: drama, romance, thriller

Certificate: Not Rated

Categories: critique of capitalism, australia, investment banker, mathematician, computer, broker, bank, mathematics, foreclosure, loan, savings, fractal, mathematical genius, loss of son, first date, corporate greed, father son relationship, finance


Year: 2001

Runtime: 104 min

Country: Australia

Language: English, Japanese

Color: Color

Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1

Sound Mix: Dolby Digital


  • Ty Burr (Boston Globe)

    It looks to be something less than the sum of its quite interesting parts.

  • Jonathan Rosenbaum (Chicago Reader)

    A hokey but highly entertaining tale of corporate greed that should be especially satisfying if you're pissed off at big business.