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Yalini almost 1 year ago
He traded his soul for youth..Good story and I want to read the book now.
Nessy (Dreamer) over 5 years ago
Absolutely wonderfully shot and playied! Ben Barnes is fantastic!
Karoliina Rebane over 6 years ago
Disappointing compared to the book, but quite okey as a film. Actors not so well-chosen.
Granger over 6 years ago
there is a similarity between this and dr. faustus. not bad.
melissa smets 7 years ago
just.. awful, actually
Sonja Osmanović 7 years ago
Oskar za Oskara
Robyn Wilde 5 months ago
Kayley Sage 2 years ago
Sandy Lim 2 years ago
Steve Backman almost 3 years ago
Randi Steers almost 3 years ago
Janet Goncalves almost 3 years ago
Ashleigh Louise Klaassen almost 3 years ago
ghunter 3 years ago
Damian Campo 3 years ago
Nayesth Fuentes over 3 years ago
Scott Hume almost 4 years ago
Vicky almost 4 years ago
"Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray is a classic novel, but true to Wilde it combines both high-minded literature and the juicier pleasures of entertainment. Colin Firth and Ben Barnes rise to that standard in this truly compelling adaptation, offering first Wilde's sparkling wit, then a plunge into gothic horror. When the handsome and naive Dorian (Barnes) arrives in Victorian London, he befriends the charismatic Lord Henry Wotton (Firth), who introduces him to a world of excess. For Henry, the only things worth pursuing in life are beauty and fulfillment of the senses, views he imparts to Dorian together with a good deal of flattery. Women are enamoured of Dorian's youthful countenance, but so is artist Basil Hallward (Ben Chaplin), a friend of Henry's who paints Dorian's portrait, aiming to capture all the power and allure of physical beauty. Overtaken with his own vanity, Dorian decides he would rather sell his soul than see himself age another day. Soon after, just such a...
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