Does money buy freedom or life in a gilded cage? Infinite variations on that question bedevil the four women profiled in Xan Parker and Elizabeth Holder's sleekly engaging documentary, a bracing antidote to Wanda Whips Wall Street
-style fantasies about pneumatic vixens climbing the latter of success in stilettos. The filmmakers spent a tumultuous year with four perpetually tired, stressed-out women, three of whom have achieved financial-sector success and a fourth who aspires to be just like them. Floor broker Louise Jones, currency trader Kimberly Euston and equity research analyst Carol Warner Wilke, all in their late 20s and early 30s, followed different ro...