Net Worth (film)
- This article is about the 2000 drama film, Net Worth. For the 1995 hockey film, also called Net Worth, see Net Worth (TV film).
|Directed by||Kenny Griswold|
|Produced by||Michael Baker
Kris Wiseman McIntyre
|Written by||Kenny Griswold
|Music by||David Lawrence|
|Edited by||Sean Hubbert|
|Distributed by||A-Mark Entertainment|
|Running time||94 min.|
Net Worth is a 2000 drama film that starred Todd Field, Craig Sheffer, Daniel Baldwin, Michael T. Weiss, Tara Wood, Ernie Garrett, and Alix Koromzay. It was directed by Kenny Griswold from a script writtern by Kenny Griswold and Bill Kerig.
About 4 competitive friends agree to a bet: they will all go to a city where none of them know anybody, with only $100 in their pockets. As the winner will be the person who has the greatest net worth at the end of 30 days. Despite all having a different philosophy about work and wealth they all believe they will win the bet.
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