4k UHD All Region
Extras Disc Region B (unconfirmed)
More Is Never Enough.
Few filmmakers depict greed and amorality on screen like Martin Scorsese. Thrilling, glamourous, seductive: his unflinching eye sees all and refuses to look away. Nominated for five Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actor, The Wolf of Wall Street is a monstrous masterpiece, equal parts hilarious and horrifying.
Leonardo DiCaprio is on dazzling form in the frenetic true life tale of New York stock-broker Jordan Belfort and his rise from boiler room brokerage firm to a decadent life of obscene wealth, stratospheric drug-use, and rampant corruption. Spiralling out of control as government investigators close in, Belfort’s fall is as spectacular as his meteoric rise.
Arrow Video is proud to present a director-approved 4K transfer (making its UK premiere) of this extraordinary ode to American excess, in a special edition as sleek and sharp as the Wolf himself.
- Fully illustrated 60-page collectors book containing new writing by film critics Sean Hogan, Will Menaker, and Jourdain Searles
- Limited Edition packaging featuring The Wolf of Wall Street luxury ‘wallet’, American Excess Credit Card, Business Card, and Stratton Oakmont Banknote
- Reversible sleeve featuring two choices of artwork
Disc One: Feature & Extras (4K Ultra HD Blu-ray)
- 4K (2160p) UHD Blu-Ray presentation in Dolby Vision (HDR10 compatible) of a director-approved 4K transfer
- Original 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio
- Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
- Brand new audio commentary by film critics Glenn Kenny and Nick Pinkerton
- Brand new introduction by film historian Ian Christie, editor of Scorsese on Scorsese
- Theatrical trailer
Disc Two: Extras (Blu-ray) (REGION B)
- Brand new interview with screenwriter Terence Winter
- Brand new interview with production designer Bob Shaw
- Wall Street After Hours, a brand new visual essay by film critic Simon Ward on the dark humour of Martin Scorsese
- Planet Hollywolf, a brand new visual essay by film critics Matty Budrewicz and Dave Wain on Jordan Belfort’s lesser known career as a low budget movie producer
- The Wolf Pack, an archival featurette exploring Martin Scorsese’s take on the story and the characters involved
- Running Wild, an archival featurette taking a closer look at the filmmaking process and key creative team
- The Wolf of Wall Street Roundtable, an archival featurette with director Martin Scorsese, writer Terence Winter and stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill in conversation
- Behind the Scenes, documentary footage shot during filming
- TV spots
- Image gallery
EXTRAS DISC ONLY (UNCONFIRMED) THIS IS A REGION B DISC. PLEASE SEE THE FAQ IF YOU ARE UNSURE IF YOU CAN PLAY IT