Salome's Last Dance (1987)




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Ken Russell's adaptation of Oscar Wilde's +Salome, Salome's Last Dance takes the form of a play within a film. Wilde (Nickolas Grace) arrives at a brothel with his lover, Bosey (aka Lord Alfred Douglas played by Douglas Hodge), where the proprietor, Alfred (Stratford Johns), has gathered his staff and assorted other colorful characters to mount a simple production of Wilde's new play. And so, with Alfred playing Herod, and Bosey playing John the Baptist, and with Wilde himself looking on with … More

Rating: R
Genre: Drama, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Oscar Wilde, Vivian Russell, Ken Russell
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On DVD: Sep 21, 1999


as Herod/Alfred Taylor

as Herodias/Lady Alice

as Oscar Wilde

as Lord Alfred Douglas

as Tigellenus/Chilvers

as Cappadodem

as Kenneth

as Young Syrian

as Pharlose

as Saddocean

as Nazarene

as Phony Salome

as Nazarene

as Nauman

as Police Sergeant

as Black Maria Driver

as Slave

as Hansom Cab Driver

as Slave

as Police Constable

as A. Nabin

as Police Constable
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Full Review… | January 1, 2000
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Full Review… | January 1, 2000
Chicago Reader
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