Redline is a 2007 American action film starring an ensemble cast. The film's plot is centered on a street racing circle funded by a group of multi-millionaires in order to test their high-powered supercars. It was written and produced by Daniel Sadek, who also used his own automobile collection in the film. The film title was borrowed from the original working title of the 2001 movie, The Fast and the Furious. A critical and financial failure at the box office, the film is most notable for being funded by subprime loans issued by Sadek's company, Quick Loan Funding, which closed its doors in the wake of the subprime meltdown. It was featured on the CNBC special, House of Cards, as an example of the excess of the pre-meltdown mortgage market in the United States.