Bent DVD

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Bent is a powerful and moving film adaptation of Martin Sherman's award winning stage play. Set amidst the decadence of pre-war fascist Germany Bent is an emotional tale of love as three homosexual men fight for survival in the face of persecution. The story begins during the 'Night of the Long Knives'. Max (Clive Owen) and Rudi (Brian Webber) are enjoying an evenings entertainment in Greta's Club. Whilst watching Greta/George (Mick Jagger) perform the two men fall into the hands of Hitler's men. Their escape forces them to spend two years on the run begging for help... from reluctant friends and relatives such as Uncle Freddie (Ian McKellen). Finally they are caught and sent to a detention camp. Within the confines of the camp Max meets and falls in love with Horst (Lothaire Bluteau). Their secret love affair which begins under the most extreme regime is as inspirational as it is emotional. Bent illustrates how the selfless love of one person for another can overcome oppression even under the most extreme circumstances. [show more]

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Released
14 July 2003
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Cinema Club 
Classification
Runtime
100 minutes 
Features
PAL, Widescreen 
Barcode
5014138297770 
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