Based on the true story of Jordan Belfort, his rise as a wealthy stockbroker who lived a tumultuous life in the fall of crime, corruption and the federal government.
Authors Martin Scorsese:
Terence Winter (script), Jordan Belfort (book) Stars:
Leonardo DiCaprio, John Hill, Margot Robbie In the early 1990s, Jordan Belfort worked with his partner Donny Azoff to set up a Stratford-Oakmont real estate agency. Their business is growing rapidly from 20 employees to more than 250 employees, and their position in the trading community and on Wall Street is growing exponentially. So much so that companies submit their initial bids for this reason. As their position grows, so do the abused substances and their lies. They attract attention like no other and hold luxurious parties for their employees when they get the jackpot at a high price. This eventually led to Belfort appearing on the cover of Forbes magazine, which covered The Wolf Of Wall St. promotes. Together with the FBI of Belfort’s trading systems, he is developing new ways to cover up traces and watch the growth of his fortune. Belfort finally has a plan to keep cash in a European bank. But when the FBI follows him like a hawk, how long will Belfort and Azoff be able to maintain their immense wealth and luxurious lifestyle?