Of all the works of Oscar Wilde, his long letter, written during imprisonment entitled De Profundis, is perhaps less known, but without a doubt, it is the richest and truest of all his bibliography.
De Profundis is like a photograph showing a perfect correspondence between art and life, that in Wilde became tragedy, a place in which words have the unbearable weight of the truth.
Each page is filled with pain and hope, and the author digs, in this interpretation absolutely unique and original, in a mosaic of lives and events that will show the most human aspects of a writer who incisively marked an age.
Analysing this long letter, is like attending a play in which, at every act, a different character offers us the sight on his life
And Oscar, on the entry threshold, with his lilac carnation, smokes a cigarette and tells us his truest story.