“DiCaprio doesn’t just play this part,” Variety magazine wrote, “he inhales it, along with everything else that goes up Belfort’s nose and into his bloodstream.”
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Bankers across Europe are filling cinema seats for a sneak peek at "The Wolf of Wall Street," booking out theaters and rolling out the red carpet for clients eager to see a film about excesses in their own high-flying industry. Nordea, the Nordic region's biggest bank, booked all 140 seats in one downtown Stockholm movie theater Thursday, sectioning off part of the cinema for clients and starting the event after local markets closed. The role is reminiscent of Michael Douglas' fictional character in the 1987 film "Wall Street," which helped spawn a generation of stockbrokers.The three-hour film (rated R in the U.S.) earned a Golden Globe nomination for best movie in a musical or comedy and a best actor nod for DiCaprio, generating speculation of more to come when the Oscar nominations are announced on Jan. 16 .
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