|Directed by||Colin Bucksey|
|Produced by||William P Cartlidge|
|Written by||Andrew MacLear|
Rebecca De Mornay
|Music by||Richard Hartley|
|Editing by||Jon Costelloe|
|Distributed by||J. Arthur Rank Film Distributors|
|Release date(s)||Toronto Film Festival
15 September 1989
|Running time||87 minutes|
Based at the London branch of Whitney Paine, a fictional American investment bank; possibly a play on the names of Paine Webber and Dean Witter.
- Paul McGann as Daniel Pascoe
- Rebecca De Mornay as Anna Schuman
- Derrick O'Connor as Robbie Barrell
- John Castle as Frank Mallory
- Paul Guilfoyle as Lee Peters
- Adrian Dunbar as Lennon Mayhew
- Sara Sugarman as Elana
Dealers received a fairly mixed response from American critics at the Austin Texas film festival, some describing it as 'poorly acted' and 'poorly scripted', with others describing it as having an 'edge-of-your-seat climax'. The film was popular among university students.
Cultural references 
Daniel drives a Facel Vega.