The Art of More
The series follows a blue collar young man, Graham Connor, played by Christian Cooke, who leverages his way into this exclusive world by exploiting connections to antiquities smuggling rings he was exposed to as a soldier in Iraq. Cary Elwes stars as Arthur Davenport, a shrewd and eccentric world-class collector of art and illegal antiquities who mentors Connor. Quaid plays charismatic real estate shark/collector Samuel Brukner. Kate Bosworth plays Roxanna Whitney, daughter of the CEO of one of the two warring auction houses—and a leading account executive.
Melodrama The Art of More will tell about the story of ordinary soldier who served in Iraq. Due to the fact that he had been some difficulty, he was forced to interrupt the service and return to his homeland to the United States. His name is Grimm Connor. Now he preferred to find a reliable way of income. As known to men after military service to find a source of income much easier. So Graham decided to keep up with the others. He decided that he must establish the right connections in a variety of stores that specialize in antiques. After some time, the main character can open the doors of famous auction houses the elite class, the rulers which were smugglers, various investors, collectors and dealers. But Grimm was unhappy that he implemented various smuggling. Very soon he decided that he wanted to have a legitimate business. Grimm realized that really ready for this case. As show subsequent events the hero will dare to sell the whole auction houses. His attention will attract favorable opportunity of this case. He is understood that with minimum investment may win by means of the established price tag. As a result, newfound large sum of money gives the opportunity to develop the subsequent deal. But there is a caveat in this area, which Grimm is not took into account. As mentioned here all belongs to human smugglers which are not willing to share their profits. Recommend you watch the series to find out what will turn for the protagonist this mistake.Read more »