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Leonardo DiCaprio Through the Years. Edit Storyline Jordan Belfort is a Long Island penny stockbroker who served 22 months in prison for defrauding investors in a massive s securities scam that involved widespread corruption on Wall Street and in the corporate banking world, including shoe designer Steve Madden.
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What does that mean? Country: USA. Language: English French. Runtime: min min cut min rough cut. Desperate, Bud provides him some inside information about Bluestar Airlines, which he has learned in a casual conversation with his father, Carl, leader of the company's maintenance workers' union.
Intrigued, Gekko tells Bud he will think about it. A dejected Bud returns to his office. However, Gekko places an order for Bluestar stock and becomes one of Bud's clients.
Gekko gives Bud some capital to manage, but the other stocks Bud selects lose money. Bud learns that Wildman is making a bid for a steel company.
Through Bud's spying, Gekko makes money, and Wildman is forced to buy Gekko's shares to complete his takeover. Bud becomes wealthy, enjoying Gekko's promised perks, including a penthouse on Manhattan's East Side and a girlfriend, interior decorator Darien.
Bud is promoted as a result of the large commission fees he is bringing in and is given a corner office with a view. He continues to maximize inside information and use friends as straw buyers to provide more income for him and Gekko.
Unknown to Bud, several of his trades attract the attention of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Bud pitches a new idea to Gekko: buy Bluestar Airlines and expand the company, with Bud as president, using savings achieved by union concessions and the overfunded pension.
Even though Bud is unable to persuade his father to support him and Gekko, he is able to get the unions to push for the deal.
Soon afterward, Bud learns that Gekko plans to dissolve the company and sell off Bluestar's assets in order to access cash in the company's pension plan, leaving Carl and the entire Bluestar staff unemployed.
Although this would leave Bud a very rich man, he is angered by Gekko's deceit and racked with the guilt of being an accessory to Bluestar's impending destruction, especially after his father suffers a heart attack.
Bud resolves to disrupt Gekko's plans, and breaks up with Darien when she refuses to go against Gekko, her former lover.
Bud devises a plan to drive up Bluestar's stock before manipulating it back down. He and the other union presidents then secretly meet with Wildman and arrange for him to buy controlling interest in Bluestar at a significant discount.
Gekko, realizing that his stock is plummeting, dumps his remaining interest in the company on Bud's advice. However, when Gekko learns on the evening news that Wildman is buying Bluestar, he realizes that Bud has engineered the entire scheme.
Bud triumphantly goes back to work at Jackson Steinem the following day, only to be arrested for insider trading. Sometime later, Bud confronts Gekko in Central Park.
Gekko punches Bud several times, berating him for his role with Bluestar, and accuses him of ingratitude for several of their illicit trades.
Following the confrontation, it is revealed that Bud was wearing a wire to record his encounter with Gekko. He turns the tapes over to the authorities, who suggest that he may get a lighter sentence in exchange for helping them make a case against Gekko.
Later, Bud's parents drive him down the FDR Drive towards the New York County Courthouse to answer for his crimes, telling Bud that he's redeemed himself, and it's also mentioned that after his eventual prison sentence, Wildman will be offering Bud a job with Bluestar.
After the success of Platoon , Stone wanted film school friend and Los Angeles screenwriter Stanley Weiser to research and write a screenplay about quiz show scandals in the s.
The director pitched the premise of two investment partners getting involved in questionable financial dealings, using each other, and they are tailed by a prosecutor as in Crime and Punishment.
The filmmaker knew a New York businessman who was making millions and working long days putting together deals all over the world. This man started making mistakes that cost him everything.
Stone remembers that the "story frames what happens in my movie, which is basically a Pilgrim's Progress of a boy who is seduced and corrupted by the allure of easy money.
And in the third act, he sets out to redeem himself". Stone then asked Weiser to read The Great Gatsby for material that they could use, but it was not the right fit either.
He and Stone spent three weeks visiting brokerage houses and interviewing investors. Weiser wrote the first draft, initially called Greed , with Stone writing another draft.
Originally, the lead character was a young Jewish broker named Freddie Goldsmith, but Stone changed it to Bud Fox to avoid the stereotype that Wall Street was controlled by Jews.
Berkeley School of Business Administration where he said, "Greed is right". According to Edward R. Pressman , producer of the film, "Originally, there was no one individual who Gekko was modeled on", he adds, "But Gekko was partly Milken ".
According to Weiser, Gekko's style of speaking was inspired by Stone. Stone met with Tom Cruise about playing Bud Fox, but the director had already committed to Charlie Sheen for the role.
Stone initially wanted Richard Gere but the actor passed, so Stone went with Douglas despite having been advised by others in Hollywood not to cast him.
Nevertheless, Stone found out that "when he's acting he gives it his all". It was a long script, and there were some incredibly long and intense monologues to open with.
I'd never seen a screenplay where there were two or three pages of single-spaced type for a monologue. I thought, whoa! I mean, it was unbelievable".
Boone Pickens and Carl Icahn. The elder Sheen related to the moral sense of his character. He tried to explain the character to Hannah repeatedly, and thought that the materialism of the character conflicted with Hannah's idealism.
All my crew wanted to get rid of her after one day of shooting. My pride was such that I kept saying I was going to make it work".
Young would show up to the set late and unprepared. She did not get along with Charlie Sheen, which caused further friction on the set.
In retrospect, Stone felt that Young was right and he should have swapped Hannah's role with hers.
The studio that backed Platoon felt that it was too risky a project to bankroll and passed. Stone and producer Edward R.
Pressman took it to 20th Century Fox and filming began in April and ended on July 4 of the same year. Bob [director of photography Robert Richardson ] and I wanted the camera to become a predator.
There is no letup until you get to the fixed world of Charlie's father, where the stationary camera gives you a sense of immutable values".
Jeffrey "Mad Dog" Beck, a star investment banker at the time with Drexel Burnham Lambert , was one of the film's technical advisers and has a cameo appearance in the film as the man speaking at the meeting discussing the breakup of Bluestar.
Kenneth Lipper , investment banker and former deputy mayor of New York for Finance and Economic Development, was also hired as chief technical adviser.
Stone asked him to reconsider and Lipper read the script responding with a page critique. Lipper brought a balance to the film and this helped Stone get permission to shoot on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange during trading hours.
Stone shot a scene showing the honest Mannheim giving in to insider trading, but Lipper argued that audiences might conclude that everyone on Wall Street is corrupt and insisted that the film needed an unimpeachable character.
Stone cut the scene. Stone also consulted with Carl Icahn, Asher Edelman, convicted inside trader David Brown , several government prosecutors, and Wall Street investment bankers.
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