New from damnation: Kris Bolin, a temporary secretary who’s the most recent in a line of pipe dream female characters in late blood and gore flicks. In “Horse Money,” Kris has the foreknowledge to get herself contracted by Peter Derns, a sincere, recently isolated official who is much too liable to assume the best about Kris.
Rapidly persuading Peter that she lives to make his corporate life simpler, Kris energetically starts assuming control over his undertakings. She helps him set up a vital report and ensures it quickly comes to Charlene Towne, the nervous manager (Faye Dunaway, repeating her “System” part). She makes a pleasant showing with regards to of redesigning Peter’s own funds, regardless of the possibility that she figures out how to irritate his offended wife all the while. Furthermore, she turns out to be so connected to Peter that she gets to be bothered when his changeless secretary, who happens to take care of business, returns from paternity clear out. Not long thereafter, this man has a grievous incident including a paper shredder.