Dorian Gray

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A vain London playboy offers his soul in exchange for eternal beauty in this adaptation of the chilling tale by author Oscar Wilde. Seduced into the decadent world of Lord Henry Wotton (Colin Firth), handsome young aristocrat Dorian Gray (Ben Barnes) becomes obsessed with maintaining his youthful appearance, and commissions a special portrait that will weather the winds of time while he remains forever young. When Gray's obsession spirals out of control, his desperate attempts to safeguard his secret turn his once-privileged life into a living hell.

  1. Oscar Wilde

    Novel, Story

  2. Toby Finlay


  3. Oliver Parker


Top Billed Cast

  1. Ben Barnes

    Ben Barnes

    Dorian Gray

  2. Colin Firth

    Colin Firth

    Lord Henry Wotton

  3. Rebecca Hall

    Rebecca Hall

    Emily Wotton

  4. Emilia Fox

    Emilia Fox

    Lady Victoria Wotton

  5. Ben Chaplin

    Ben Chaplin

    Basil Hallward

  6. Fiona Shaw

    Fiona Shaw


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Status Released

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 52m

Budget -

Revenue $4,706,919.00


Release Information

  • September 9, 2009
    R, Theatrical



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A review by John Chard

By John Chard

How Ominous!

Another adaptation of the Oscar Wilde story. Film is about Dorian Gray (Ben Barnes), a man taken by the hedonism bug shown to him by Lord Wotton (Colin Firth). Upon having his portrait painted, Dorian comes to never age, but at what cost?

Clearly not faithful to the literary source, Oliver Parker's film is an interesting misfire. As a sexy chiller it kinda works, having more in common with Hammer Films of the 70s than with Wilde's prose. Yet it often feels like style over substance, blood or nudity for blood and nudity's sake. While strong performances by Firth and late in th... read the rest.

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