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Fresh-faced and innocent, Dorian Gray arrives in London to move into the house he has inherited. Almost immediately he falls under the influence of amoral and calculating Lord Henry Wotton, leading to a life of increasing debauchery and even violence. Through many years Gray stays as young-looking as ever, while a portrait painted when he arrived grows old, reflecting his increasing excesses. Eventually the picture, now secreted in his attic, becomes almost hideous to behold. When true love finally enters his life he realises he must guard his secret at all costs.
Forever Young. Forever Cursed.
Title: Dorian Gray
Runtime: 112 mins
All Genres: Drama, Fantasy, Thriller
Sound: Dolby Digital
IMDB Rating: 6.4
Buried.com Rating: 7.5 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With D
MPAA Rating: R
MPAA Rating Reason:
Rated R for sexual content including nudity, violence and some drug use
John Hollingworth ...Patrol Policeman
Caroline Goodall ...Lady Radley
Colin Firth ...Lord Henry Wotton
Nathan Rosen ...Young Dorian
Jeff Lipman ...Lord Kelso (as Jeffrey Lipman Snr)
Rachel Hurd Wood ...Sibyl Vane
George Potts ...Photographer
Lisa Marie Cooke ...Beautiful Girl
Robert Johnston ...Opera Singer
Max Irons ...Lucius
Dalia Nakutyte ...Tattooist
Lily Garrett ...Young Emily Wotton
Kit Derbyshire ...Guy Fawkes Child
Emily Phillips ...Alice Radley
Guillaume Grange ...Ratcatcher
Andrew Harrison ...House Agent
Ben Barnes ...Dorian Gray
Ben Chaplin ...Basil Hallward
Michael Culkin ...Lord Radley
Maryam d'Abo ...Gladys
Emilia Fox ...Lady Victoria Wotton
Rebecca Hall ...Emily Wotton
Johnny Harris ...James Vane
Douglas Henshall ...Alan Campbell
Aewia Huillet ...Elisa
Noli McCool ...Jj
Louise Rose ...Angelique
Hugh Ross ...Priest
Fiona Shaw ...Agatha
David Sterne ...The Theatre Manager
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Charles Miller Smith
Dorian Gray Horror Film Trailer 1
"A Perfect Picture"
More Movie Taglines:
- Forever Young. Forever Cursed.
- Dorian Gray: [trying to decline women and drink at a brothel] Well, perhaps I have a stronger conscience. Lord Henry Wotton: [dismissively] 'Conscience.' It's just a polite word for 'cowardice.' No civilized man regrets a pleasure.
Lord Henry Wotton: I suggest we raise a little hell.
Dorian Gray: [On a girl he saw, who just departed with a man] That was probably her husband. Lord Henry Wotton: Yes, very sensible... People die of common sense, Dorian, one lost moment at a time. Life is a moment. There is no hereafter. So make it burn always with the hardest flame.
Lord Henry Wotton: What are you? Dorian Gray: I am what *you* made me! I lived the life that you preached... but never dared practice. I am everything, that you were too afraid to be.
Emily Wotton: I hope I'm not interrupting your reminiscence? Lord Henry Wotton: One charm of the past, is that it's the past. Emily Wotton: Hmm... I hope you're not also a dreary old cynic? Dorian Gray: What is there to believe in? Emily Wotton: Our developments. Dorian Gray: All I see is decay. Emily Wotton: For the religion. Dorian Gray: Fashionable substitute for believe. Emily Wotton: Art. Dorian Gray: Formality. Emily Wotton: Love. Dorian Gray: An Illusion. Lord Henry Wotton: Bravo! Emily Wotton: Wow... you both cut the world to pieces, don't you? Thank you for the cigarette! Dorian Gray: Unusual woman. Lord Henry Wotton: She ought to be... she's my daughter.
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Rating: 7.5 out of 10.0 - 73 votes cast total