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Dorian Gray (2009)

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A corrupt young man somehow keeps his youthful beauty eternally, but a special painting gradually reveals his inner ugliness to all.

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A contemporary adaptation of Oscar Wilde classic tale of vanity.

Director: Duncan Roy
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A naïve young man. A lovelorn artist. A corruptible Lord. A deal with the Devil. It all paints a dark picture of a Victorian London and how the rich and infamous party at their peril. Here, the telling of time and its consequence of experience for life's treasures' takes its toll on the body, mind and soul. The haunting and bleak tale of power, greed, vanity and inevitable self-destruction is ever present amongst the deceit, opium dens and sin. Written by Cinema_Fan

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Forever Young. Forever Cursed.


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Rated R for sexual content including nudity, violence and some drug use | See all certifications »

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9 September 2009 (UK)  »

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El retrato de Dorian Gray  »

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£883,148 (UK) (11 September 2009)

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£2,819,663 (UK) (9 October 2009)
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Colin Firth and Emilia Fox, who play a married couple in this film, also starred as family members in the 1995 BBC Production of Pride and Prejudice (1995); only in that film, they were siblings. See more »

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After receiving the personalized cigarette box Dorian says "Thank you Harry". The character's name is Henry. However, both Harry and Henry are considered alternative versions of the same name. See more »

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Emily Wotton: Oblige me, Mr. Gray...
Dorian Gray: Have you been pursuing this delightful hobby for long?
Emily Wotton: No, it's a gift from my father. In return he made me promise that I wouldn't chain myself to any more railings.
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Emily Wotton: For suffrage, Mr, Gray. Well, don't you think that woman should be given the vote?
Dorian Gray: I don't believe a woman should be given anything she can't ware in the evening.
Emily Wotton: Hah, what a loss to the front you are. Think of all those Germans that you could bayonet with your Epigrams.
Dorian Gray: I do apologize if I offend.
Emily Wotton: Oh...
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Did the screenwriters even read the original story by Wilde?
17 February 2010 | by (NYC) – See all my reviews

There's not a single thing inherently wrong about adapting old stories in new and surprising ways. Unfortunately the writers removed all of the original class and gender subtext in the original story and then added naked ladies. Really that's all there is to this adaptation. Some unusually bland acting goes with the bland writing. I have a feeling the actors knew the movie wasn't going well, took the paycheck, and just went a long for the ride.

I have to express some discontent that some others say this adaptation does justice to Wilde's story. I just don't see that at all sorry. This is "lowest common denominator" kinds of movie making. The good news is that this is the sort of movie that disappears in a heartbeat after a quick release to DVD.


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