Winner of the 2010 Sundance World Cinema Audience Award, Undertow is a bitter sweet tale of lost love, set against the backdrop of Peru’s stunning coastline.
Fisherman Miguel threatens his peaceful existence with his love for visiting artist Santiago and when a fatal accident befalls the community Miguel is faced with hiding his true feelings or risk losing everything including those he loves.
An unusual ghost story set on the Peruvian seaside; a married fisherman struggles to reconcile his devotion to his male lover within his town’s rigid traditions.
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|Date:||Monday 13 May|
|Venue:||Jill Craigie Cinema, Roland Levinsky Building|
|Tickets:||£6, concessions £4, FREE for Friends of Peninsula ArtsBuy Tickets Online|
This film was first shown in Plymouth at the Plymouth Arts Centre in 2010 and promoted by Pride in Plymouth – View the archive post: