Mise en scene hence is the collection of all such elements from characterization to their delivery which have the highest regard in stage setting
The recent block buster movies American Hustle and the Wolf of Wall Street although had many similarities and differences was much of a battle against Leonardo Di Caprio’s acting against the versatility of Christian Bale. There are many comparisons that can be made in both movies in respect to the story line, visual style; characterization etc but both movies provide premium quality of movie time. The major comparison that is to be put in mind is the fiction VS non-fiction in terms of themes. The Wolf of Wall Street is based on a real life story whereas American Hustle is a fiction movie. Throughout the comparison of the two movies there are techniques used for the viewer to understand their meaning. This is done through character placing in the frame and the detailing of which is explained further.
Based on the memoir, the Wolf of Wall Street theme is based on the con artist and his group of friends he trains towards becoming stock brokers who sell penny stocks. The theme is based entirely towards becoming rich in the booming Wall Street economy in the 80’s. Jordan Belfort’s 22 months in prison produced such a great memoir that when applied into screenplay gave one of the best productions. The movie proceeds as Jordan tries to move from a low level life towards being engaged as a small level stock broker in the heart of New York City from where the company collapses and he is left with no earnings. Trying to find a job he then joins the suburban group of people who try to lazily sell the penny stocks of companies who are never able to make it to the main market.
Through his persuasion skills, he is then able to make a profitable account by selling penny stocks and then starts to set up his own team. Now being involved in