Wolves of Wall Street

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Wolves of Wall Street
Wolves of Wall Street DVD.jpg
2006 Region 2 DVD cover
Directed by David DeCoteau
Produced by Sylvia Hess
(producer)
Roberta Friedman
Jeffrey Schenck
(co-producers)
Eddy Collyns
(line producer)
Paul Colichman
Andreas Hess
Stephen P. Jarchow
(executive producers)
Written by Barry L. Levy
Starring Jeff Branson
Louise Lasser
William Gregory Lee
Angela Pietropinto
John Michaelson
Mary Elaine Monti
Eric Roberts
Music by Harry Manfredini
Distributed by DEJ Productions
Regent Worldwide Sales LLC (worldwide)
Release date
  • December 31, 2002 (2002-12-31)
Running time
85 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Wolves of Wall Street is a 2002 film directed by David DeCoteau. It came 73 years after the original The Wolf of Wall Street directed by Rowland V. Lee and premièring in 1929.[1]

Plot[edit]

On the advice of a bartender familiar with the Wall Street crowd, Jeff Allen (William Gregory Lee) applies to the Wolfe Brothers brokerage firm in New York City for his dream job as a stock broker. What he does not know is that the brokers are werewolves, and he is bitten, thus he 'joins the pack.' He is forced to abandon his love and values for cunning and instinct during which time he cheats on his girlfriend, Annabella, and brutally kills and eats various humans. After a change of heart, he finds that leaving the brotherhood is harder than joining.

Jeff goes to Annabella's friend's birthday party, and a drunk tries hitting on Annabella. Jeff rips a piece out of the neck of the drunk and then chases his girlfriend back to her apartment and bites her, transforming her into a werewolf too. Annabella had given him a silver pen when he first started as an intern at the Wolfe Brothers firm, and he goes back to the headquarters and he tries to quit, but his mentor, Dyson Keller, refuses to let him go. Jeff leaves anyway, but the werewolves led by Vince, go to Annabelle's apartment and seize her. They force him to return to headquarters, and he stabs the person he thought was the Alpha Male but he was wrong, and a fight ensues during which him and his girlfriend kill all of the werewolves, and then they start walking away. But the Alpha Male who they thought they had killed, opens his eyes a split second before the end of the movie, showing that they were not successful.

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fridson, Martin (26 December 2013). "The Non-Original Wolf Of Wall Street". Forbes. Retrieved 12 April 2014. 

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