La última cena - The Last Supper

Film Synopsis:
On a Cuban sugar plantation in the 1790s, a count casts himself as Jesus Christ to re-enact the Catholic holy week with twelve of the men he is enslaving, until, on Good Friday, the enslaved people on the plantation revolt. Tomás Gutiérrez Alea’s masterpiece was part of the new Latin American Cinema of the 1960s and 1970s, actively engaging the viewer in a process of democratic critique.

Content Warning: drama, violence & gore, cruelty, torture, frightening and intense scenes, sensitive subject, racial slur, PG 18+

Free Screening

LOCATION: Auditorium
Georgetown University in Qatar
Education City

Popcorn and drinks will be served.

The screening will be followed by a community discussion facilitated by a local scholar.