Rupert Everett on Playing Oscar Wilde, and his Relevance Today

NY Special Screening of "The Happy Prince"
Colin Firth, from left, Anna Wintour, Rupert Everett, Julianne Moore and Michael Barker attend a special screening of "The Happy Prince", hosted by Sony Pictures Classics and The Cinema Society, at iPic Cinema on Monday, Oct. 8, 2018, in New York. Andy Kropa / Invision/AP
NY Special Screening of "The Happy Prince"
Colin Firth, from left, Anna Wintour, Rupert Everett, Julianne Moore and Michael Barker attend a special screening of "The Happy Prince", hosted by Sony Pictures Classics and The Cinema Society, at iPic Cinema on Monday, Oct. 8, 2018, in New York. Andy Kropa / Invision/AP

Rupert Everett on Playing Oscar Wilde, and his Relevance Today

Worldview Film Critic Milos Stehlik of Facets Chicago, interviews for you the world’s great filmmakers and actors. Today he chats with British film star, Rupert Everett, well-known for his roles inMy Best Friend's Wedding, Shakespeare in Love and The Madness of King George. In his new film, The Happy Prince, Everett self-directs, while playing Oscar Wilde in his last days.  Everett will share how Wilde’s struggles with celebrity and identity, parallel modern culture.