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.

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