LGBT+ History Month Film Screening: Bent (1997)
  • Roland Levinsky Building, Lecture Theatre Two

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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.

Please note: 'Bent' is certificate 18 and tackles subject matter that some attendees may find upsetting.
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