Naturally the record-setting number of f-words in The Wolf of Wall Street has yielded a supercut from the folks over at Slacktory. Of note? Perhaps apropos for the three-hour-movie, the supercut also seems to drag on just a little bit.
Just how many "f*cks" are in The Wolf of Wall Street has been the subject of exploration lately, following a Variety story, which cited Wikipedia for the information that the over 506 f-words in the movie broke the record set by Spike Lee's Summer of Sam. Slate's Forrest Wickman found that the film had 544, while Vulture's Gilbert Cruz found 569 in the f*ck family. By Slacktory's calculation, there are 522.
Watch and enjoy; the whole arc of the movie is basically in this.
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