120 BPM (15)
- Fri 20 Apr: 7pm
- Sat 21 Apr: 6.30pm
- Sun 22 Apr: 4.30pm
- Mon 23 Apr: 7pm
- Tue 24 Apr: 1.30pm
- Wed 25 Apr: 1.30pm
Dir. Robin Campillo, France, 2017, 140mins
PART OF OUR CINE QUEER SEASON, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH EXETER PRIDE
Exeter Phoenix and Exeter Pride present a celebration of Love, Life and LGBT+ in this new film season.
In the early 90s, with AIDS having already claimed countless lives for nearly a decade, activist group ACT UP take their actions to another level in order to fight general indifference.
Nathan, a newcomer to the group soon learns that some members prefer a more radical approach to their protests, and finds his world shaken by a militant activist, Sean.
120 BPM is an exhilarating and moving film that offers an engrossing look at a pivotal period in history.
‘BPM deliver an absorbing story of AIDS activism’
‘Every second is full of life’
‘BPM is vital for the history it depicts, but it’s also important in the here and now, as a testament to public action – even messy, not-always-effective public action’