Summary - The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio, ‘J. Edgar’) is very young, just he is 24 years old, but he is also very ambitious. His eagerness to make money led him to become a broker of Wall Street and Executive of the Stratton Oakmont, ready to everything to get rich stock investment company.
They run the 90s and in the Park of New York almost anything goes. At the expense of dealing with junk bonds and defrauding numerous investors, Belfort soon becomes a machine to make money and spend it. In a day he can fatten their accounts with millions of dollars and spend them in the evening at the same speed. The dirty game that takes on the bag also applies it in his extra career. Drugs, prostitutes, highly expensive whims of luxury… Anything goes in the life of excesses of this character, the Wolf of Wall Street, which is inspired by a real-life, flesh and bone.
Martin Scorsese (‘the invention of Hugo’) is put in charge of the direction of this film, which is an adaptation of the autobiography of Jordan Belfort, an American broker. As protagonists has a select cast formed by Leonardo DiCaprio, in the role of Jordan, Jonah Hill (‘infiltrators in class’), Kyle Chandler (‘Super 8′) and the recently Oscar-winning Jean Dujardin (‘The Artist’).
Source: IMDB.com, Rottentomatoes.com