Rupert Everett reprises the role he has previously undertaken on stage and screen, in a biographical
dramatisation of Oscar Wilde’s final years.
A previously untold story of the poet’s final days, Everett presents a kaleidoscopic portrait of the poet as a penniless old man and spent creative force, reflecting on the lives he lived and the relationships he had.
Told with detached humour and irony the story reflects the difficulties he faced in life with a dramatic fall from fame and the prejudice and rejection he faced from the public and high society. A poignant piece with captivating performances from Rupert Everett, Colin Firth, Emily Watson and Colin Morgan.
Dir: Rupert Everett | Germany/Belgium/UK/Italy | 2018 | 105 mins
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