Bankers across Europe are filling cinema seats for a sneak peek at The Wolf of Wall Street, booking out entire theatres and rolling out the red carpet for clients, apparently eager to showcase a film about excess in their own industry.
Nordea, the Nordic region's biggest bank, booked all 140 seats in a downtown Stockholm cinema on Thursday, sectioning off part of the movie theatre for clients and timing the event to begin after local markets had closed.
The Italian stock exchange is showing the film on-site next week while the after-party of the recent Paris premiere was held at the former site of the Paris bourse.
The film, which officially opens in Europe next week, is based on the memoir of a disgraced Us stockbroker, Jordan Belfort. He made a fortune by,