Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio) träumt den amerikanischen Traum – und wacht auf in der korrupten Realität des Kapitals, das nur eine Maxime kennt. The Wolf of Wall Street Wiedergabesprachen: Deutsch, English Er will als Broker an der Wall Street durchstarten, um ihm un seiner Frau ein besseres. The Wolf of Wall Street Online Schauen HD (Deutsche-Schweiz). Veröffentlicht: Laufzeit: 3h. Genre: Krimi, Drama, Komödie Sterne: Leonardo DiCaprio.
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The Wolf of Wall Street - Neueste Trailer Honest Thief - Trailer Deutsch HD. He describes having "wasted five months of [his] life" without getting a green light on production dates by the Warner Bros.
In , Warner Bros. In , a green light was given by the independent company Red Granite Pictures imposing no content restrictions.
Scorsese, knowing there would be no limits to the content he would produce, came back on board resulting in an R rating.
According to Jordan Belfort,  Random House asked him to tone down or excise the depictions of debauchery in some passages of his memoir before publication, especially those relating to his bachelor party which featured acts of zoophilia , rampant use of drugs and nitrous oxide , and a particularly "disturbing" act which he recounted in Logan Paul 's podcast.
In the film, most of the real-life characters' names have been changed from Belfort's original memoir. Donnie Azoff is based on Danny Porush.
The name was changed after Porush threatened to sue the filmmakers. Porush maintains that much of the film was fictional and that Donnie Azoff was not in fact an accurate depiction of him.
The FBI agent known as Patrick Denham is the stand-in for real-life Gregory Coleman,  and lawyer Manny Riskin is based on Ira Sorkin. In contrast, Mark Hanna's name remains the same as the LF Rothschild stockbroker who, like Belfort, was convicted of fraud and served time in prison.
Hill did not care about his settlement though, and had wanted to play Donnie Azoff so badly that he had been willing to do whatever it would take to get the part as it had been his dream to be in a Scorsese film.
Filming began on August 8, , in New York. In January , additional scenes were shot at a set built in an abandoned office building in Ardsley, New York.
Scenes at the beach house were filmed in Sands Point, New York. Scorsese's longtime editor Thelma Schoonmaker , who has received seven Academy Award nominations for Best Film Editing , stated that the film would be shot digitally instead of on film.
I think Marty just feels it's unfortunately over, and there's been no bigger champion of film than him. The Wolf of Wall Street uses animals including a chimpanzee , a lion, a snake, a fish, and dogs.
The four-year-old chimpanzee Chance spent time with actor Leonardo DiCaprio and learned to roller skate over the course of three weeks. The sanctuary also provided a lion named Handsome because the film's trading company used a lion for its symbol.
The film set a Guinness World Record for the most instances of swearing in a motion picture. The word " fuck " is used times in the film, averaging 2.
The film's distributor in the United Arab Emirates cut some 45 minutes off the runtime to delete explicit scenes of swearing, religious profanity, drug use, and sex, and "muted" dialogue containing expletives.
The National reported that filmgoers in the UAE believed the film should not have been shown rather than being edited so heavily. The Wolf of Wall Street premiered at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City on December 17, ,  followed by a wide release on December 25, It was previously slated to be released on November 15, , but the date was pushed back after film cuts were made to reduce the run time.
The film is banned in Malaysia , Nepal , Zimbabwe , and Kenya because of its scenes depicting sex, drugs and excessive use of profanity, and additional scenes have been cut in the versions playing in India.
In Singapore , after cuts were made to an orgy scene as well as some religiously profane or denigrating language, the film was passed R Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues was the last Paramount production to include a 35mm film version, while The Wolf of Wall Street was the first major movie distributed entirely digitally.
The Wolf of Wall Street was released on DVD and Blu-ray on March 25, The site's critical consensus reads, "Funny, self-referential, and irreverent to a fault, The Wolf of Wall Street finds Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio at their most infectiously dynamic.
Peter Travers of Rolling Stone magazine named The Wolf of Wall Street as the third best film of , behind 12 Years a Slave and Gravity at numbers one and two, respectively.
The movie was chosen as one of the top ten films of the year by the American Film Institute. Dana Stevens of Slate wrote that the film did not work for her, labeling the film "epic in size, claustrophobically narrow in scope.
DiCaprio defended the film, arguing that it does not glorify the excessive lifestyle it depicts. In , the film was ranked 78 on the BBC's Greatest Films of the 21st Century list.
The film received a "C" rating from audiences surveyed by CinemaScore ,  a rating lower than anything else in theaters the opening week of the film.
Christina McDowell, daughter of Tom Prousalis, who worked closely with the real-life Belfort at Stratton Oakmont, wrote an open letter addressing Scorsese, DiCaprio, and Belfort himself, criticizing the film for insufficiently portraying the victims of the financial crimes created by Stratton Oakmont, for disregarding the damage that was done to her family as a result, and for giving celebrity status to persons Belfort and his partners, including her father who do not deserve it.
Steven Perlberg of Business Insider saw an advance screening of the film at a Regal Cinemas near the Goldman Sachs building, with an audience of financial workers.
Perlberg reported cheers from the audience at what he considered to be all the wrong moments stating, "When Belfort — a drug addict attempting to remain sober — rips up a couch cushion to get to his secret coke stash, there were cheers.
Former Assistant United States Attorney Joel M. Cohen, who prosecuted the real Belfort, criticized both the film and the book on which it is based.
He said that he believes some of Belfort's claims were "invented", as for instance "[Belfort] aggrandized his importance and reverence for him by others at his firm.
He deplored the ending—"beyond an insult" to his victims—in which the real Belfort appears, while showing "a large sign advertising the name of Mr.
Belfort's real motivational speaking company", and a positive depiction of Belfort uttering "variants of the same falsehoods he trained others to use against his victims".
In December , prior to the film's premiere, the organization Friends of Animals criticized the use of the chimpanzee and organized a boycott of the film.
Variety reported, "Friends of Animals thinks the chimp PETA also launched a campaign to highlight mistreatment of ape "actors" and to petition for DiCaprio not to work with great apes.
The film was alleged by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission MACC to have been financed by money stolen from the Malaysian 1Malaysia Development Berhad 1MDB sovereign wealth fund by producer Riza Aziz who pled not guilty to charges laid in July Various scholars and individuals have criticized the film as materialistic, encouraging greedy behavior, extreme wealth, and advocating for the infamous individuals portrayed in the film.
Christina McDowell, whose father, Tom Prousalis, worked in association with Jordan Belfort, accused the filmmakers of "exacerbating our national obsession with wealth and status and glorifying greed and psychopathic behavior.
In response to Leonardo DiCaprio defending himself from criticism, Variety journalist Whitney Friedlander describes the film as "still three hours of cash, drugs, hookers, repeat".
Friedlander argues that the film is a "celebration of this lifestyle" and preaches that short lived extreme wealth and extraordinary experiences are superior to a societally normal behavior.
There are also those like Nikole TenBrink, vice president of marketing and membership at Risk Insurance Management Society, who believes that the film is a "cautionary tale of what can happen when fraud is left unchecked.
Greenstein proceeds to argue that "everything in this film is still applicable to what is going on today, where people are in life and how they're feeling about the world.
In an interview on London Real, Jordan Belfort commented on the film's depiction of himself and of Stratton Oakmont.
In this interview, Belfort mentions that the film did an excellent job at describing the "overall feeling" of those years, stating that "the camaraderie, the insanity, that was accurate".
Regarding his use of drugs, Belfort mentions that his actual habits were "much worse" than what is depicted in the film, stating that he was "on 22 different drugs at the end".
Belfort also analyzes the major inaccuracies regarding the film's oversimplification of Stratton Oakmont's gradual transition from advocating for "speculative stocks" in order to "help build America" to increasingly senseless and greedy crimes.
During the interview, Belfort expresses that he "didn't like hearing" overly simplified and blunt depictions of his crimes because "it made me look like I was just trying to rip people off".
While unhappy with these practices, Belfort does acknowledge the cinematic benefits of these oversimplifications as "a very easy way in three hours" to "move the audience emotionally".
The film was nominated for five Academy Awards : Best Picture , Best Director for Scorsese, Best Adapted Screenplay for Winter, Best Actor for DiCaprio, and Best Supporting Actor for Hill.
It was also nominated for four BAFTAs , including Best Director, Best Actor and Best Adapted Screenplay, and two Golden Globe Awards , including Best Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy.
DiCaprio won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor — Motion Picture Musical or Comedy. The Wolf of Wall Street was listed on many critics' top ten lists.
The soundtrack to The Wolf of Wall Street features both original and existing music tracks. It was released on December 17, for digital download. More than sixty songs were used in the film, but only sixteen were included on the official soundtrack.
Notably, among the exceptions are original compositions by Theodore Shapiro. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster.
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DiCaprio also won his second Golden Globe for his performance in the film. Main article: List of accolades received by The Wolf of Wall Street film.
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