The Happy Prince

  •   Hawkhurst
  •   Rye
  •   Bermondsey

Hawkhurst

The Happy Prince (15) 105mins

Written, directed by and starring Rupert Everett, this is the tragic story of the last days of Oscar Wilde. Once one of the most famous authors in England, in a series of flashbacks, hallucinations and memories he observes his own failure with ironic distance and regards the difficulties that beset his life with detachment and humour.

Also starring Colin Firth, Colin Morgan, Emily Watson, Edwin Thomas and Tom Wilkinson.

'moving and revealing' Evening Standard

'It's a fearless, committed, and award-worthy turn, and emblematic of a first-time film-maker at his most expressive and most affecting' The Times

'This film is a deeply felt, tremendously acted tribute to courage' The Guardian

'Everett is near-flawless'  Empire

'It took Rupert Everett 10 years to make his film about Oscar Wilde's final years. And you can feel that burning passion in his brilliant performance as the writer and famous wit'  Daily Express

'Everett wrote the script, directed, and plays Oscar. He is wonderful in his forlorn, fat-suited gravity...'  Financial Times

'there's a captivating warmth, humour and vigour to this heartfelt passion project. That's because Rupert Everett not only lives and breathes Wilde but also his world'  Metro

'deeply felt rendering of an artist at the very end of his tether'  Radio Times

 

 

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Rye

The Happy Prince (15) 105mins

Written, directed by and starring Rupert Everett, this is the tragic story of the last days of Oscar Wilde. Once one of the most famous authors in England, in a series of flashbacks, hallucinations and memories he observes his own failure with ironic distance and regards the difficulties that beset his life with detachment and humour.

Also starring Colin Firth, Colin Morgan, Emily Watson, Edwin Thomas and Tom Wilkinson.

'moving and revealing' Evening Standard

'It's a fearless, committed, and award-worthy turn, and emblematic of a first-time film-maker at his most expressive and most affecting' The Times

'This film is a deeply felt, tremendously acted tribute to courage' The Guardian

'Everett is near-flawless'  Empire

'It took Rupert Everett 10 years to make his film about Oscar Wilde's final years. And you can feel that burning passion in his brilliant performance as the writer and famous wit'  Daily Express

'Everett wrote the script, directed, and plays Oscar. He is wonderful in his forlorn, fat-suited gravity...'  Financial Times

'there's a captivating warmth, humour and vigour to this heartfelt passion project. That's because Rupert Everett not only lives and breathes Wilde but also his world'  Metro

'deeply felt rendering of an artist at the very end of his tether'  Radio Times

 

 

CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE TRAILER


PLAY TRAILER play trailer

Bermondsey

The Happy Prince (15) 105mins

Written, directed by and starring Rupert Everett, this is the tragic story of the last days of Oscar Wilde. Once one of the most famous authors in England, in a series of flashbacks, hallucinations and memories he observes his own failure with ironic distance and regards the difficulties that beset his life with detachment and humour.

Also starring Colin Firth, Colin Morgan, Emily Watson, Edwin Thomas and Tom Wilkinson.

'moving and revealing' Evening Standard

'It's a fearless, committed, and award-worthy turn, and emblematic of a first-time film-maker at his most expressive and most affecting' The Times

'This film is a deeply felt, tremendously acted tribute to courage' The Guardian

'Everett is near-flawless'  Empire

'It took Rupert Everett 10 years to make his film about Oscar Wilde's final years. And you can feel that burning passion in his brilliant performance as the writer and famous wit'  Daily Express

'Everett wrote the script, directed, and plays Oscar. He is wonderful in his forlorn, fat-suited gravity...'  Financial Times

'there's a captivating warmth, humour and vigour to this heartfelt passion project. That's because Rupert Everett not only lives and breathes Wilde but also his world'  Metro

'deeply felt rendering of an artist at the very end of his tether'  Radio Times

 

 

CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE TRAILER


PLAY TRAILER play trailer