1892 年盖伊·福克斯日晚些时候，奥斯卡·王尔德来到一家高级妓院，惊喜等待着他：他的戏剧“莎乐美”上演，其中有妓女、王尔德的主人、他的情人博西和爱丽丝夫人扮演。 电影在戏剧和王尔德之夜之间移动。 在剧中，希律恳求他青春期的继女莎乐美为他跳舞，向她许诺她想要的一切。 她的母亲希罗底反对。 莎乐美被施洗约翰拒绝她的感情所刺痛。 先知责备的独身生活使他处于表达的年龄和年轻的愿望之间。 王尔德在观看节目时与一个年轻人嬉戏，这引起了博西的嫉妒。 两个惊喜等着我们。（机译）
Salomé’s Last Dance (1988)
This is one-of-a-kind 1988, sort-of-indie, gay, British, film. I appreciated it a lot, and although lovers of strong acting will do the same, I suspect it will speak especially to the viewers that are into films that are camp, in an artistic and jolly, sort of way. You’re in for a wonderful surprise.
PLOT (from Wikipedia): Wilde (Nickolas Grace) and his lover Lord Alfred Douglas (Douglas Hodge) arrive late on Guy Fawkes Day in 1892 at their friend’s brothel, where they are treated to a surprise staging of Wilde’s play, public performances of which have just been banned in England by the Lord Chamberlain’s office.
In the play, all the roles are played by prostitutes or their clients, and each actor (except Grace) plays two roles, one in the brothel and the other in the play. King Herod (Stratford Johns) begs his young stepdaughter Salome (Imogen Millais-Scott) to dance for him, promising to give her anything she desires, much to the irritation of her mother, Herodias (Glenda Jackson). Salome ignores him, choosing instead to try to seduce John the Baptist, who is Herod’s prisoner.
Glenda Jackson as Herodias / Lady Alice
Stratford Johns as Herod / Alfred Taylor
Nickolas Grace as Oscar Wilde
Douglas Hodge as John the Baptist / Lord Alfred ‘Bosie’ Douglas
Imogen Millais-Scott as Salome / Rose
Denis Lill as Tigellenus / Chilvers
Russell Lee Nash as Pageboy
Ken Russell as Cappadocian / Kenneth (credited as Alfred Russell)
David Doyle as A Nubian
Warren Saire as Young Syrian
Kenny Ireland as 1st Soldier
Michael Van Wijk as 2nd Soldier
Paul Clayton as 1st Nazarean
Imogen Claire as 2nd Nazarean
Tim Potter as Pharisee
Leon Herbert as Namaan