Based on the true story of a nondescript bank manager who embezzled more than $10 million to fund his obsessive gambling habit, Richard Kwietniowski's icy film charts a gray man's descent into a colorful hell of his own making. Quiet, nondescript Dan Mahowny (Philip Seymour Hoffman) wears off-the-rack suits, eats at inexpensive restaurants, drives a mid-priced car and has an equally colorless girlfriend, Belinda (Minnie Driver). At the height of the go-go '80s financial boom, he's the personification of an old-fashioned banker conservative, self-effacing and dull. But beneath the drab exterior, Mahowny harbors a secret passion: gambling. Mahowny's bookie (Maur...