When they first start rolling, there’s some scenes of the entire family at a birthday party which are clearly set several years after the film’s story ends. This sequence transforms into a string of rather abstract if not pointless random graphics, some of which contain what appears to be tulips growing. The initial song playing during the credits is in line with the rest of the film, then the original’s end credit song “Home” kicks in until the end. The thank you section at the end of the credits contains many names from CNBC and the market game in general.
After Credits? No
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