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Rupert Everett: The Importance of Being Oscar Wilde

Rupert Everett speaks to Eve Jackson about his directorial debut "The Happy Prince", his admiration of Oscar Wilde and why it was important for him to focus on the writer's final years in exile in Paris after being released from prison following his conviction for "gross indecency" – the result of a homosexual affair.

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