In 1883, Irish-born Oscar Wilde (Stephen Fry) returned to London from America, full of talent, passion and most of all, full of himself. A few years later Wilde's wit, flamboyance and creative genius were widely renowned and he and his wife Constance had two sons whom they both loved and adored. However, as Wilde finally confronted the homosexual feelings that had gripped him since his school days, his private life flew increasingly in the face of the decidedly rigid social conventions of late Victorian society. This was to lead him into a passionate and stormy relationship which would consume and ultimately destroy both him and his family.
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35 out of 100  Interesting
Gaven from Dublin, 16 Feb 2011
Interesting film. I wanted to find out more about him and this did it. For the women out there, there's plenty of naked men butts including a young looking Jude Law to enjoy. Picture quality is not the best for DVD - must have been a cheap transfer but good film all the same.

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40 out of 100  Very good
Noreta from Limerick, 20 Oct 2008
Really enjoyed this, Stephen Fry was perfect for this role

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35 out of 100  Wilde
Terry from Dublin, 20 Jul 2009
Brilliant film a bit too gay

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