R | | Drama, Fantasy, Thriller
A corrupt young man somehow keeps his youthful beauty eternally, but a special painting gradually reveals his inner ugliness to all.
The original Dorian Gray has blond hair.
Well, perhaps I have a stronger conscience.
Lord Henry Wotton: 'Conscience.' It's just a polite word for 'cowardice.' No civilized man regrets a pleasure.
When Dorian stops in front of the theater playing "Hamlet," the barker tells him that he has only missed a little of the play, but when he goes to take his seat, it is already in Act III.
In the closing credits, one of the pieces of music played is listed as Haydn's "Sting Quartet" Op 76 No 4.
During post-production, the film was tailored for a '15' certificate in the UK. According to the BBFC, the filmmaker cuts were as follows: