DVD Review: Bent

Posted in DVDs, Film, Reviews
By Sam Bathe on 6 Sep 2010

Starring Clive Owen as a gay man in 1930s Berlin, when he brings home a Sturmabteilung corp after Hitler ruled they should be killed, Max and his boyfriend Rudy are forced to go on the run. Captured after Max refuses to leave Rudy behind, they’re shipped off to a camp, hitting more than a few bumps along the way, as Bent turns into a love story you might not expect. A great performance from Clive Owen, raising important issues still in the modern day.

Film: ★★★★★ Extras: ★★★★★

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