Capital Games

Synopsis: Take two ambitious men, one top LA advertising firm, add a competition for the same high ranking job. Tough ex-LAPD cop, Steve Miller quit police to work in the calm environment of a business office. Mark Richfield, the glamorous new kid in the office, soon wins favor with the big boss and co-workers causing Steve to cringe in jealousy. After a crazy night in the Santa Fe desert Steve becomes torn between passionate love and passionate hatred. Steve and Mark endure agonizing decisions that will affect their lives forever.
97 min

ass hole

hey buddy, you just parked in my reserved spot and racked up about ten moving violations.

sorry mate, I guess I forgot you yanks drive on the wrong side of the road.

There are plenty of other places to park.

Mark Richfield, and you are?

Steve Miller.

pleasure, looks like we're going to be colleges. Off to a lovely start

Mark walk with me

I wanted to get you all in one room today to make a few announcements.

what's up Stevo? Who's the new guy?

I don't know. I'm still trying to figure that one out. What's Parsons up too?

I heard this guy is well connected and for Roland.

come on, that Foist account is totally up for grabs.

I would also like to formally introduce Mark Richfield. Mark. I hired him yesterday.

He has a great resume and personally, I like his style.

that account is not for grabs.

I've been working on that account for three years now. Parsons knows that.

I'm with you Steve, I don't like this guy. I don't like him at all.

Our account associates are being flown there next week for a team building retreat.

this is mandatory so please confirm with Amber

we fly out on Friday morning , and we fly back on Monday

and when we get back to town, we're gonna be a team.

an arming! we're gonna be the roughest toughest ad agency in town.

hey boss, can we talk?

what's up?

well I've been here for five years. You know I've worked my ass off.

I started in Cable ads and I've handled some of our biggest clients. I've done well.

What's your point Steve?

I assumed that the Foist account be handed down to me once Roland retired. I'm the one.

Stop right there. you did start in cable. you're lucky you started here at all.

you were a cop with no experience in advertising what so ever.

I hired you on a hunch. I had a gut feeling about you

I hired you because I thought if you could get someone to sign a confession

you could get them to sign a contract.

I haven't made any decision on the Foist account yet, OK?

OK. fair enough Harold. but I've worked on this account for years

and words out now there's this new high flayer nosing around the office.

you mean Mark Richfield? He's not nosing around, he's here because I hired him.

if you think I'm not working up to speed..

Steve , stop. I have no complaints about your work. are we good?

oh we're good

Well, Ms. Bakewell, I think that's all we need from you

Thank you very very much. We look forward to another three years with you.

Thank you Steve and you never disappoint me

oh Thank you, We'll see you soon, OK bye bye

Just signed three more years with Bakewell

Well done. Good Job. Mark, grab a glass for Steve.

Mr. Richfield just signed a contract with rolls. We're going international.

to me...

baby, we have nothing in common.

don't say that

it's true, you never want to go to the opera or the theater with me

and I can't sit through another dodger game

well we're not always going to like the same things

we don't like any of the same things

yes with you, yes with you

baby, it's over, I'm going to Pilate

hi, sis

hey, what are you doing?

no, don't tell me, I know, you're running or drinking beer on the couch.

I'm running

liar, don't fall asleep on the couch

what's up?

are you still coming to mum and dad's?

I said I'm coming. It's not for like a month. so drop it

go to bed. love you

good night Laura. thanks.

Miller you missed the fun of the plane

not a very team oriented of you

what are we supposed to be doing here?

role playing and I'm up. I'm the devil and I need to sell you a new soul.

sell me a soul? don't you mean buy?

it says selling , mate

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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