The heads of JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs, respectively, are not exactly shrinking violets. They think nothing of defiantly facing off against senators or even the president. They will eat your storied investment firm for breakfast and follow that up by throwing back a poncy retail outfit at lunch. The angry populace? Pfft. They will smelt their pitchforks with their nuclear balls. But there is one person that gets to them, Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps director Oliver Stone tells the L.A. Times.
And that is Oliver Stone.
"When my name was invoked, sometimes it would strike fear into the hearts of the bankers," he said. "Certainly Goldman Sachs and [JPMorgan] Chase."