The film “The Great Gatsby” tells the story of a would-be writer Nick Carraway (Tobey Maguire) who leaves the Midwest and comes to New York in the spring of 1922 in an era of declining morals, glittering jazz, kings of smuggling alcohol and soaring up the action. Following her American dream, Nick resides in the vicinity of the mysterious, urządzającego numerous adoption millionaire, Jay Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio). Nick absorbs the glamorous world of wealthy people, the illusion of love and lies. Watching him from the inside and the outside, Nick writes a story of impossible love, dreams not for sale, and high-octane tragedy. He puts before us a mirror in which we see the reflection of our times. New York, 1922. The city is flourishing illegal trade in alcohol, and share prices on Wall Street go up. Wants to take advantage of this writer Nick Carraway unfulfilled (Tobey Maguire), who is introduced to a small house on Long Island, located between the villas of the rich, and starts working on the stock exchange. On the opposite side of the bay lives cousin Nick, Daisy (Carey Mulligan), together with its rich husband, Tom Buchanan (Joel Edgerton) coming from an aristocratic family. One day Nick gets a call from his neighbor. It is the mysterious millionaire Jay Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio), who leads a lavish life every week and organizes a big party. Soon it turns out that Gatsby knew in the past, Daisy. Millionaire asks Nick to arrange a meeting. United States, 1922. Nick Carraway (Tobey Maguire) rents a house on Long Island near New York City, where he plans to make a career financier. Near the lives of his cousin, Daisy Buchanan (Carey Mulligan) and her husband Tom (Joel Edgerton), a colleague of Nick from his student days. During dinner at the Buchanan, Carraway meets a beautiful athlete golfer, Jordan Baker (Elizabeth Debicki), and the joy lady of the house they both fall into one another in the eye. One day Nick gets another call, his neighbor, Jay Gatsby millionaire (Leonardo DiCaprio), doing one of the famous, weekly, lavish receptions. The host asks a favor Carraway.
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