The Wolf of Wall Street makes the finance proffessionals look like semi heros in a way. This is not real and or factual but this is not the real world. Movies fabricate a lot of things and sometimes people don't understand that. There are many movies like this one, and are complete and utter liers. We should be idolizing doctors, Firemen, etc. They are the real heros.
Finance professionals share many of the same traits the majority are looking to amass great amounts of wealth in the fastest way possible, I think "The Wolf of Wall Street" showed this by telling the true story of one finance professional who did anything he could to make it big.
The film "The Wolf of Wall street" is guilty of idealizing the lives of professional financiers of that era. It spends most of the time portraying the fruits of success that come from working in Wall street as opposed to the actual amount of work that those characters had to put in for the actual duration of the events in the film.
"The Wolf of Wall Street" idealizes the lifestyle of finance professionals. "The Wolf of Wall Street" glamorizes the lifestyle and indulgences of a stock broker who was guilty of fraud and sentenced to 22 months in prison. The movie glamorizes the indulgent practices of the main character, even though he was a criminal who defrauded many investors.