A Faustian deal with the devil grants Dorian Gray eternal youth and beauty. On the inside though the decay continued.
Production Year: 2009
June 12, 2014 22:45 (KSA) ~ June 12, 2014 21:45 (CLT)
When naïve and impressionable young man Dorian Gray arrives in London after he inherits a large estate, he immediately falls under the spell of Lord Henry Wotton, and slowly acquires a taste of sin. After an artist paint the portrait of Dorian, the later is so taken by his own face and beauty; That he swear he would give anything to remain youthful, even his soul.
Somehow the enchanted painting, as is turn to be, grants him his wish, and so he never aged a second. His vanity doesn’t stop at this, he is plunging deeper and deeper into a life of excess and sin and debauchery, not that this is bothering him or causing remorse.
The truth is with every sin he commits the painting get more twisted and damaged, thus capturing the real Dorian, bent on protecting his secret, he keeps the painting hidden, but he is soon committing the biggest of sins, murder.
A haunting tale of power, greed and vanity. That is seen as a disguised portrait of the aristocratic decay of Victorian societies.
- Ben Barnes as Dorian Gray
- Colin Firth as Lord Henry Wotton
- Ben Chaplin as Basil Hallward
- Rachel Hurd-Wood as Sibyl Vane
- Johnny Harris as Jim Vane
- Rebecca Hall as Emily Wotton
- Emilia Fox as Lady Victoria Wotton
- Fiona Shaw as Agatha
- Maryam d'Abo as Gladys
- Caroline Goodall as Lady Radley
- Michael Culkin as Lord Radley
Directed by: Oliver Parker