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", a lesson they'll all learn in the most tragic of ways as Fisher, Kate and Dylan's family fortunes crumble.
Money really doesn't buy happiness, no matter how much they want it.
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In 2008, Fisher Miller (Ben Rosenfield), a young photography student, has a meeting with a wealthy businessman Mr.
The main role eventually went to Ben Rosenfield, with Gustin taking a supporting role.
Gregg Sulkin was latter cast as the film's Jay Gatsby character Dylan and Nicola Peltz was cast as Rosenfield's cousin, completing the main cast.
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Through Fisher's help, Dylan attempts to regain Kate's affection only for the triangle to come crashing down, just as the financial system around them, with devastating consequences for all those involved. Carson in the present, "what's the point of making all that money if you can't connect to the people that you love?