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1940 … let’s suppose that every great nations of the world was personified and that Europe was in fact a big powerful company. Okay? 
Japan → Ken Watanbee France → Eva Green Germany → August Diehl United States of America → Jon Hamm Union of Soviet Socialist Republics → Anton Yelchin Australia → Cate Blanchett Great Britain → Matthew Goode Canada → Ryan Gosling

#The powerful Europe Company is ruled by the triumvirate France (Eva Green), Britain (Matthew Goodle) and Germany (August Diehl) since years, beside their perpetual disagreements. Each of the owners having 33,33% of the company. Germany, consumed by the ambition, wants a fusion with two new ventures more and more influential, Japan (Ken Watanabee) and USSR (Anton Yelchin). France and Britain refuse firmly. Germany, with manipulations, and cash from Japan, buys the principal voters of the boards of direction and he achieves to put France out, finally getting 66,66% of the company. So Germany combines Europe with Japan and USSR, letting Britain alone and resisting as much as he can with his 33,33%. The salvation will come from three companies, ruled by Australia (Cate Blanchett), USA (Jon Hamm) and Canada (Ryan Gosling), with stock-options acquisitions, violent takeover bids, sex, speculations, betrayals, tons of money, and the secrets that France stole from her previous company…

nami86:

1940
… let’s suppose that every great nations of the world was personified and that Europe was in fact a big powerful company. Okay?

Japan → Ken Watanbee
France → Eva Green
Germany → August Diehl
United States of America → Jon Hamm
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics → Anton Yelchin
Australia → Cate Blanchett
Great Britain → Matthew Goode
Canada → Ryan Gosling

#The powerful Europe Company is ruled by the triumvirate France (Eva Green), Britain (Matthew Goodle) and Germany (August Diehl) since years, beside their perpetual disagreements. Each of the owners having 33,33% of the company. Germany, consumed by the ambition, wants a fusion with two new ventures more and more influential, Japan (Ken Watanabee) and USSR (Anton Yelchin). France and Britain refuse firmly. Germany, with manipulations, and cash from Japan, buys the principal voters of the boards of direction and he achieves to put France out, finally getting 66,66% of the company. So Germany combines Europe with Japan and USSR, letting Britain alone and resisting as much as he can with his 33,33%. The salvation will come from three companies, ruled by Australia (Cate Blanchett), USA (Jon Hamm) and Canada (Ryan Gosling), with stock-options acquisitions, violent takeover bids, sex, speculations, betrayals, tons of money, and the secrets that France stole from her previous company…

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