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The Wolf of Wall Street-Plot summary

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Transcript of The Wolf of Wall Street-Plot summary

The Wolf of Wall Street-
Plot summary
Jordan's character
before his rise
- confident but still low self-esteem

- ambitious

- frugal

- loyal

- rational

structure
- Plot summary
- Jordan's character before his rise
- Jordan's character changes through money and power
- relationship between Nadine/Naomi and Jordan
- Is Martin Scorcese's Movie an exaggeration in comparison to the book?
- conclusion
The Wolf of Wall Street- a character influenced by money and power

A comparative analysis of
Belfort’s memoirs
and Martin Scorsese’s film adaption

lunch with "a master of the universe"
Jordan's character changes
through money and power

- confident but still low self-esteem
more self-critical

- ambitious still focused but no
goal is good enough

- frugal spends much money but
still has the value of money in mind

- loyal dishonest

- rational almost thinking madly
Jordan thinks madly about how to achieve everything
Jordan risks a lot to keep being The Wolf of Wall Street
Power outgrows Jordan Belfort
vicious circle of power
in the movie
- he stays at his company
Stratton Oakmont instead of
saving himself and his family
relationship between Nadine/Naomi and Jordan
- it is based on sexuality
- they fight very often
- they use cruel behavior to gain the upper hand in their relationship
- Jordan does not take his wife very seriously

Baby's bedroom scene
Despite everything Jordan thinks of Nadine as a very good wife in the book
Jordan disapproves of Naomi much more Naomi is only seen as Sex object
main difference between book and movie
way of living as broker
with tons of
drugs and alcohol
totally refuses to
become such a
broker
in the book
astonished by the
amount of drugs but
not as rejected as in
the book
Is Martin Scorcese's Movie an exaggeration in comparison to the book?
drug scene with Donnie
Money and power do not
lead to utterly happiness!
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