This film was last shown on 12 July 2018
In 1888, Oscar Wilde published a story called The Happy
Prince about a selfless swallow and a heart-broken statue, almost a century before
homosexuality was decriminalised. This is the story of the last years of his
life told through fragments of memory from his Paris deathbed. Once one of the
most famous writers in England, Wilde is now in exile after being released
following a conviction for ‘gross indecency’.
Impoverished and confined to his room where the ‘wallpaper and
I are fighting a duel to the death’ flashbacks draw a portrait of his life -
from loves and glory days to squalor and torment post prison. Oscar Wilde was
pardoned in 2017 after the Alan Turing law.
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