The Great Gatsby is one of the fantasies of cinema. Many directors have brought Francis Scott Fitzgerald's novel to the big screen. In all, there are seven adaptations of the adventures of Jay Gatsby, a top-secret billionaire known for hosting lavish receptions in his New York home. Two Oscar-winning adaptations include Jack Clayton's 1974 adaptation of the Gatsby played by the flamboyant and charismatic Robert Redford, and a Daisy Buchanan played by Mia Farrow. A film with vintage colours and an immersion in the universe of the 1920s, but which goes so well with the elegant Gatsby. The Gatsby version 2013 is held by the charmer and charming Leonardo DiCaprio. Very colourful and punctuated by a pop soundtrack composed by a plethora of extremely popular artists (Jay-Z, Beyoncé, The XX, Jack White, Lana Del Rey) the film signed Baz Luhrmann, plunges into the heart of the billionaire's fascinating world. Thanks to its Art Deco style, this film perfectly represents this universe of luxury and glamour of the Roaring Twenties. It is therefore no coincidence that this adaptation won the Oscar for Best Set Design in 2014.