Betrayal, suspicion, honour and trust for OU film club

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The Open Film Society will take your mind away from the mid-January drear this Wednesday evening, with a showing of the Italian made Caesar Must Die.

The story, as recounted by The Bard, is one of betrayal by close friends, suspicious of his thriving power.

In the film, a project to perform the play by criminals takes place in Rome’s high-security Rebibbia prison.

Many of the participants are mafiosi, and therefore more than familiar with the concepts of honour and trust.

The film airs from 6.30pm.

For further details visit www.openfilmsociety.co.uk