Ozark Currently available on Netflix Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) is a wanted man. A Chicago financial adviser whose secret life as a money launderer has aroused the curiosity of the Feds and the animosity of a drug cartel boss who wonders why $8 million is missing, Marty has retreated to the Ozarks with his wife,...
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