Rupert Everett transforms himself into Oscar Wilde in The Happy Prince, the untold story of the last days of his life.

Wilde ended his days lost in a miasma of bankruptcy, public infamy and agony, never returning to Britain after his release from Reading Gaol for ‘gross indecency’, instead exiled to the continent. Everett’s directorial debut is a deeply felt, tremendously acted tribute to courage that tracks Wilde’s brief, yet tempestuous, reunion with Bosie (Morgan) and his final demise in Naples and Paris.