Martin Scorsese’s comedy following the highs and lows of Jordan Belfort’s career as a stockbroker is a fast-paced, exciting viewing experience. Aided by Leonardo DiCaprio’s breaking the fourth wall, the film allows the audience to live vicariously through Belfort’s life in the fast lane.
When Wall Street crashes, Belfort teams up with Donnie Azoff (Jonah Hill) to climb his way to the top using grey and illegal methods. Belfort’s first marriage falls apart when he meets Naomi Lapaglia (Margot Robbie) at one of the many lively parties he attends, which changes the course of his life forever. Thanks to the clever editing and cinematography, this three-hour movie doesn’t feel so long. Here are fifteen stills from The Wolf of Wall Street to convey the mood.