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Salome’s Last Dance

Ostatni taniec Salome · dir. Ken Russell
United Kingdom 1988, 115’

Most of the action is a verbatim performance of Oscar Wilde's play Salome. It is year 1893. Wilde and his lover Lord Alfred Douglas arrive late on Guy Fawkes Days at their friends brothel, where they are treated to a suprise staging of a play. All the roles are played by prostitutes or their clients. In fact, Everyone plays a double role...

Director:Ken Russell
Screenplay:Ken Russell
Cinematography:Harvey Harrison
Editing:Timothy Gee
Cast:Nickolas Grace, Glenda Jackson, Ken Russell
Production:Penny Corke, Dan Ireland, William J. Quigley