The Wolf of Wall Street (2014)

 ●  English ● 2 hrs 54 mins

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Revered filmmaker; Martin Scorsese directs the story of New York stockbroker Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio). From the American dream to corporate greed, Belfort goes from penny stocks and righteousness to IPOs and a life of corruption in the late 80s. Excess success and affluence in his early twenties as founder of the brokerage firm Stratton Oakmont warranted Belfort the title – The Wolf of Wall Street. Money. Power. Women. Drugs. Temptations were for the taking and the threat of authority was irrelevant. For Jordan and his wolf pack, modesty was quickly deemed overrated and more was never enough.
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as Jordan Belfort
as Mark Hanna
as Blair Hollingsworth
as Sales Girl #3
as Large Investment Broker
as Rao's Patron
as Stratton Assistant
as Job Applicant #1
as Rochelle Applebaum
as Janet
as Peter DeBlasio
as Brantley
as Broker #5
as Swiss Customs Agent#1
as Stock Broker
as Bo Dietl
as Parker Belfort - Age 3
as Young Stock Broker
as Robbie Feinberg
as Pam
as FBI Agent
as Rocco
as Court Officer / Broker
as Miami Busboy
as Party Broker #1
as Venice
as Leah Belfort
as FBI Agent
as Teresa Petrillo
as Rothschild Broker #2
as Judge
as Richie
as High School Kid #1
as Investor's Center Broker #2
as High School Kid #2
as Nicole
as Broker #2
as Ben Jenner
as Cristy
as Stripper (as Erika Lynn Gressen)
as Toby Welch
as Wedding Guest
as Judge
as Rao's Patron #2
as Rothchild Broker #9
as Miami Cop
as Skylar Belfort
as Job Applicant #3
as Alden Kupferberg
as Lucas Solomon
as Steve Madden
as Cop #2
as Jean-Jacques Saurel
as Cop #2
as Aunt Emma
as Rothschild Broker #1
as Broker #3
as Violet
as Brad
as Strattonite
as Manny Riskin
as Donnie Azoff
as FBI Agent
as Maitre'D Hector
as Stratton Broker
as Masseuse
as Chantalle
as Rothchild Broker #9
as Chester Ming
as Patrick Denham
as Broker #8
as Hildy Azoff
as Call Girl (as Madeleine Lindley-Wade)
as Heidi
as Naomi Lapaglia
as Nicky Koskoff's Escort
as Chantelle's Mother
as Broker #1
as Donnie's Assistant
as Blue Chip Girl
as Saurel's Assistant
as Cop #1
as Job Applicant #4
as Barry Kleinman
as Broker Applicant
as The Assistant
as Stripper
as Nicky Koskoff
as Abby
as Waiter
as Khalil
as Max Belfort
as Nolan Drager
as Aliyah Farran, Reporter
as Police Officer
as Another Broker
as Captain Ted Beecham
as Wedding Guest
as Broker
as Dwayne
as Kimmie Belzer
as Jerry Fogel
as Wedding Photographer
as SEC Attorney #1
as Investor's Center Broker #1
as Rothschild Broker #3
as Waitress
as Stewardess
as Hostess on The Naomi


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Film Type:
Feature Film
Colour Info:
Sound Mix:
Datasat Digital Sound, Dolby Digital
ARRI ALEXA Studio, ARRICAM Lite (LT), Canon EOS C500
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Archival Source:
QubeVault (Real Image Media Technologies) [Digital]
When Teresa is yelling and hitting Jordan because he cheated on her with the blonde girl in the limo, the car disappears and reappears between shots

While Jordan Belfort arrives at the Long Island job after seeing the ad in the paper, a woman enters the frame from the left while Jordan parks his car. This woman dissolves into thin air when a second person enters the frame.

The glass of beer Donnie knocks over at the party (which falls onto the ground floor) is at its previous place in the next shot.

When the FBI is on the boat and Jordan introduces the two models, his hand is either behind the back of one of her's or loose, depending on the angle.

When Leonardo is high from the Lemon stuff and rolls down the stairs, sometimes there are about 5 steps and sometimes nearer 15 steps.

When Jordan snorts blow from Naomi's breasts, the amount on the right breast suddenly diminishes between shots.
The actors in this movie snorted crushed B vitamins for scenes involving cocaine.

Leonardo DiCaprio's dance scene was done spontaneously on the spot and not rehearsed.

Footage of the real-life 1991 Hamptons beach party shown in the film can be found on Youtube.

The cast includes three prominent directors in acting roles: Rob Reiner, Spike Jonze, and Jon Favreau.

Martin Scorsese's voice can be heard in this movie, as he plays the first client that Leonardo DiCaprio sells Arotyne IND to.

Jonah Hill claims that he was punched in the face for real, which he agreed to.

The cinematographer has used both digital and film formats, and also a variety of lenses, to highlight the mood and state of mind of Belfort in alignment with the unfolding events in his life.

This movie is inspired from the true life events based on the memoir of Jordan Belfort, from his early days on Wall Street in 1987 through his indictment in 1998 for securities fraud and money laundering.

The cinematographer of this movie Rodrigo Prieto earned an Oscar nomination for 'Brokeback Mountain' and shot last year's Oscar winner 'Argo', has used his special techniques of using various cameras and formats for optimum impact in this movie as well.

This is Martin Scorsese's fifth collaboration with Leonardo DiCaprio.

Blake Lively and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley were considered to play Nadine. Teresa Palmer and Amber Heard auditioned for Nadine before Margot Robbie was cast.

Chris Evans and Joseph Gordon-Levitt auditioned for a role.

On the first day of production, the handle of a prop briefcase being carried by Leonardo DiCaprio broke and almost caused the actor to be hit by a period car on set.

The first Martin Scorsese film to be shot with anamorphic lenses since Bringing Out the Dead.

The Joanna Lumley role was first offered to Eileen Atkins.

Julie Andrews was considered to play Leah Belfort, before Christine Ebersole was cast.

Matthew McConaughey improvised the scene when his character hums while beating his chest.