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Beauty's pact with the devil

PUBLISHED: 12:38 11 September 2009 | UPDATED: 12:04 06 July 2010

FOLLOWING the successful advanced screenings at Lowestoft's Marina Theatre, of Dorian Gray (15), it is to have its run extended by an extra week.

Starring Colin Firth and Ben Barnes, the film is based on the classic novel by Oscar Wilde and tells the story of a strikingly beautiful young man named Dorian (Ben Barnes).

FOLLOWING the successful advanced screenings at Lowestoft's Marina Theatre, of Dorian Gray (15), it is to have its run extended by an extra week.

Starring Colin Firth and Ben Barnes, the film is based on the classic novel by Oscar Wilde and tells the story of a strikingly beautiful young man named Dorian (Ben Barnes). He arrives in Victorian London and is swept into a social whirlwind by the charismatic Henry Wotton (Colin Firth) who introduces Dorian to the hedonistic pleasures of the city. When a portrait of Dorian is unveiled, such is its beauty that he makes a pledge: he would give anything to stay as he is in the picture - even his soul.

From today, screenings take place nightly at 7.30 through to Thursday, next week, with a matinee screening at 2.30pm on Wednesday.

At the Hollywood Cinema, in London Road South, three films are being screened.

They are Imagine That (PG), which stars Eddie Murphy in a family comedy in which he plays a successful financier who puts work before his daughter; Sorority Row (15), starring Rumer Willis (daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore) in a horror tale about five sisters who cover up the death of their house sister when a prank goes fatally wrong; and Whiteout (15), featuring Kate Beckinsale.

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