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Film Screening: Devdas

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Nottingham Contemporary
Wednesday 13 November 2019 | 6.30pm
£5 per ticket | Five tickets for £20

This season, The Screen at Contemporary looks to the often overlooked, sometimes controversial and frequently subversive world of musicals where love, hate, sex and politics are played out through song, music and dance. Join Nottingham Contemporary for SWAY!

Devdas

Sanjay Leela Bhansali, 2002 | 185 Mins. Cert PG
In Hindi with English subititles

In Devdas, a young man returns to India to reunite with his childhood love, but their families have other plans. Sumptuous, dramatic and epic in both story and aesthetic, Devdas remains probably the most well-known and admired Bollywood movie of the last twenty years. It's an experience not to be missed on the big screen.

Tickets are available for purchase online. To book for five films, please call 0115948 9750.

To see the full list of films, please click here.

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Film Screening: Devdas (13 Nov 2019)
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