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Dorian (2004)

A modern retelling of the Oscar Wilde novel.

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Credited cast:
... Henry
... Louis / Dorian
... Mariella Steiner
... Detective Giatti
Jennifer Nitsch ... Bae
... Christine
... Sybil
... James
Bronwen Booth ... Trina
Henri Pardo ... Cop at Crime Scene
Daniella Ferrera ... Woman #1 at Dorian's Loft (as Daniela Ferrera)
... Woman #2 at Dorian's Loft
Ellen David ... Diana Baker
... Rolf Steiner
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... Isabella
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While temporarily working in a photographic studio with the famous photographer Bae, the simple and handsome worker Louis meets her manager Henry, who is impressed with his beauty. He invites Louis for taking some pictures, gives the artistic name of Dorian to him as a homage to "Dorian Gray" and a framed picture of him. Louis wishes to have the same fate of Dorian Gray, and from this moment on, he becomes very successful in the career of model. As years go by, he notes that only his picture ages, and he has the same face of years ago. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Beauty is only skin deep.

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So Grey Dorian Gray
6 November 2007 | by See all my reviews

Everything about this sickly adaptation of Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray stinks to heaven: stinks its saccharin cloying disco soundtrack, stinks Cheshire Cat's grin of a protagonist throughout the film, stinks its stuffy atmosphere of cheap glamour. After the publication of bestseller about the model Dorian - I wonder what kind of bestseller may be written about a man advertising underwear - he becomes famous and forever young thanks to devilish charms put into his photograph and forever intoxicated on drugs and alcohol he's galloping through beautiful people's parties thanks to his putrid popularity straight to his unavoidable bitter end. If there weren't so many funny Malcolm McDowell's grimaces, for whom playing a demonic being is business as usual, I would have given this piece of crud just one star.


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