The Wolf of Wall Street

The Wolf of Wall Street

  • R
  • 2013
  • 180 min
  • USA
  • biography, comedy, crime

A New York stockbroker refuses to cooperate in a large securities fraud case involving corruption on Wall Street, corporate banking world and mob infiltration.

Director: Martin Scorsese

Screenwriter: Terence Winter

Stars: Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Margot Robbie

Funny, self-referential, and irreverent to a fault, The Wolf of Wall Street finds Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio at their most infectiously dynamic.


  • Martin Scorsese
    Martin Scorsese

    American film director, screenwriter, producer, actor, and film historian Martin Marcantonio Luciano Scorsese made the short films while he attended New York University's film school; these include "What's a Nice Girl Like You Doing in a Place Like This?" (1963), "It's Not Just You, Murray!" (1964), and his most famous short of the period "The Big Shave" (1967)....

Main Cast


Producer: Riza Aziz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Emma Tillinger Koskoff, Joey McFarland, Martin Scorsese

Editor: Thelma Schoonmaker

Casting: Ellen Lewis

Director Of Photography: Rodrigo Prieto

Costume Design: Sandy Powell

Executive Producer: Danny Dimbort, Georgia Kacandes, Alexandra Milchan, Irwin Winkler, Rick Yorn

Associate Producer: Marianne Bower

Production Design: Bob Shaw

Sound: Tom Fleischman, Eugene Gearty, Kam Chan

Visual Effects: Eran Dinur


Year: 2013

Runtime: 180 min

Country: USA

Language: English, French

Color: Color

Aspect Ratio: 2.39 : 1

Sound Mix: Datasat, Dolby Digital, Dolby Surround 7.1

Also Known As

  • Le loup de Wall Street (FR)
  • El lobo de Wall Street (ES)
  • Волк с Уолл-стрит (RU)
  • O Lobo de Wall Street (PT)
  • El lobo de Wall Street (UR)


  • David Harris (Spectrum Culture)

    Martin Scorsese roars back to the screen with The Wolf of Wall Street, a three-hour marathon stuffed with dark humor, gross-out gags, a fistful of Quaaludes and one awesome performance by Leonardo DiCaprio.

  • Peter Bradshaw (Guardian)

    The Wolf of Wall Street does not quite have the subtlety and richness of Scorsese's very best work, but what an incredibly exhilarating film: a deafening and sustained howl of depravity.

  • Christopher Orr (The Atlantic)

    The Wolf of Wall Street is a magnificent black comedy: fast, funny, and remarkably filthy. Full Review ...

  • David Thomson (The New Republic)

    DiCaprio has hinted before that comedy might be his natural calling -- think of Catch Me If You Can -- but his energy here is not just fun, it's discovery.

  • David Sexton (London Evening Standard)

    Is it immoral to celebrate villainy? There's not much point in pretending The Wolf of Wall Street doesn't do that, pretty exuberantly too. Full Review ...