The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald´s masterpiece, is one of the great American novels of the twentieth century. The glamor, the parties, the forbidden, the money, the love game flows in the night, in the parties where the excess of luxury is the great winner. It captures perfectly the jazz Age of the 1920s, and goes deep into the hollow hart of the American Dream.A young Gatsby, blinded by success without moderation and Gatsby¨s mansión on Long island blazes with light, and the beautiful, the wealthy, and the famous drive out from the New York to drink Gatsby´s nights long. Exquisite food, great jewelry, uncensored drink, luxury, the best bands, everyone wanted to attend their parties. Ludes, politicians, lawyers, police and thieves all wanted to share, all managed by the Great Gatsby But Jay Gatsby, the owner of all this wealth, wants only one thing, to find again the woman of his dreams, the woman he has held in his heart an his memory for five long years.He had everything and had nothing, he lacked the most important thing, the love of a true woman. The main characters in Gatsby each represent a theme that¨s central the story and how their relationships reveal the themes at the novel´s core, revealing relationships. Introduce us to the mysteriously wealthy Jay Gatsby, whose parties, luxury and power representa ll that is decadent and superficial in 1920s America.Nothing is what it seems. As the story progresses, we uncover Gatsby´s humble beginnings and his transformation to an affluent sophisticate.The enduring American drive to transcend who are.The lasting American impulse to transcend who they are, commonly misinterpreted as a condemned love story or an exhibition of the excess that led to the Great Depression.He believed in the green light, the orgastic future that year after year recoils before us. So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back creaselessly into the past.The Great Gatsby simbolizes the gulf between rich and poor, a broken, desolate state of society and morality. Heat frame scenes of reunion and confrontation.