As part of LGBT+ History Month the University of Plymouth in collaboration with the LGBT+ Staff Forum will be putting on a film screening of the 1997 award winning film, 'Bent'.
'Bent' tells a heartbreaking love story set against the backdrop of the Holocaust. In 1930's Berlin during the Nazi regime, Max (Clive Owen) is sent to a concentration camp for being a gay Jew; it is in this concentration camp against the horrors of the holocaust that Max finds true love. This multiple award-winning film stars Clive Owen, Lothaire Bluteau, Mick Jagger, Ian McKellen and Brian Webber and shocks the viewer into confronting their prejudices in a moving and unmissable experience.
We would like to invite you to join us for refreshments both prior to the screening at 18:00 (the film will begin at 18:30) and also following the film. This showing will be free of charge however registration is essential and will take place in Lecture Theater Two in the Roland Levinsky Building.