- Original title
- Running time
- 107 min.
- United Kingdom
Toby Finlay (Novel: Oscar Wilde)
Ealing Studios / Fragile Films
Drama. Thriller | 19th Century. Painting
- Movie Groups
Oscar Wilde Adaptations
- Synopsis / Plot
- When handsome young man Dorian Gray (Ben Barnes) inherits a mansion, he is seduced by the decadent lifestyle proffered by the wayward Lord Henry Wotton (Colin Frith) to the point of complete moral decay and corruption. When his friend, the artist Basil Hallward (Ben Chaplin) completes a fabulously life-like and beautiful portrait in oil of Dorian, everyone is amazed. While Dorian retains his youthful good looks for decades as he revels in deplorable deeds. The painting gradually transforms and grows ever more ugly and evil as if to reflect his debauched soul. By the time he finds the one woman he truly loves (Rebecca Hall), but may be it's too late and he might must pay the price.
: Sitges Film Festival: Official Selection
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