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Bent is a 1997 British/Japanese drama film directed by Sean Mathias, based on the 1979 play of the same name by Martin Sherman, who also wrote the screenplay. It revolves around the persecution of homosexuals in Nazi Germany after the murder of Sturmabteilung leader Ernst Röhm on the Night of the Long Knives. Max (Clive Owen) is a promiscuous gay man living in 1930s Berlin. He is at odds with his wealthy family because of his homosexuality. One evening, much to the resentment of his boyfriend, Rudy (Brian Webber II), Max brings home a handsome Sturmabteilung man (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau). Unfortunately, he does so on the Night of the long knives, in that Hitler ordered to assasinate the upper echelon of the Sturmabteilung corps. The Sturmabteilung man is discovered and killed by SS men in Max and Rudy's apartment, and the two have to flee Berlin. Max's Uncle Freddie (Ian McKellen) has organized new papers for Max, but Max refuses to leave his boyfriend behind. As a result, Max and Rudy...
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