Knight of Cups adheres to writer Rick (Christian Bale, The Fighter, American Hustle) on an odyssey through the playgrounds of Los Angeles and Las Vegas, a setting which we have seen in multiple casino movies and can’t get seem to enough of as he embarks on a search for love and also self. He has even been seen in countries like New Zealand, playing starburst at the official sky city casino. Even as he moves with a desire-laden landscape of estates, resorts, beaches, and also clubs, Rick grapples over challenging relationships with his brother (Wes Bentley) and father (Brian Dennehy). His pursuit to damage the spell of his disenchantment takes him on a series of experiences with six alluring females: rebellious Della (Imogen Poots); his physician ex-wife, Nancy (Cate Blanchett); a calm model Helen (Freida Pinto); a lady he wronged in the past Elizabeth (Natalie Portman); a perky, spirited pole dancer Karen (Teresa Palmer); and an innocent Isabel (Isabel Lucas), that helps him see a method forward.

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