bad education

Sunday 26 May, 2024, 7 p.m.

Queen Cinema Sundays

Pedro Almodóvar uses his signature brushstrokes in this darkly thrilling story-within-a-story noir, which is our Queer Cinema Sundays screening for May.
When an actor, Ignacio (Gael Garcia Bernal) visits a filmmaker, Enrique (Fele Martinez) claiming to be his first love now going by the name ‘Angel’, he leaves the filmmaker with a script based on their childhood together at a Catholic boarding school where they suffered at the hands of the abusive Father Manolo. In traditional Almodovar fashion, memory is called into question, fact and fiction are blended together and the past and present interweave.
Almodóvar has contributed a significant body of work to the queer film canon. Bad Education showcases his radical filmmaking style and signature themes of queer identities, memory, and desire at their best.
This screening will be introduced by freelance programmer Rosie Beattie.
In Spanish and Latin with English subtitles.
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