In The Trenches of Wall Street

Like a general getting his troops psyched for battle, Oliver Stone glared across the littered landscape of buy and sell orders, coffee cups, telephones and blinking green computer monitors. "Remember," the director of Platoon ordered the brigade of button-down young actors, "you're supposed to be making money." Loads of it, in fact. The Viet Nam soldier turned Oscar- winning filmmaker was on location in New York City to film Wall Street, a $15 million 20th Century-Fox production about the rise and fall of an ambitious young stockbroker, starring Charlie Sheen, his father Martin, Daryl Hannah and Michael Douglas. "I would have...

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