Another Country

In the 1930s, upper-class Tommy Judd and Guy Bennett are both nearing the end of their careers at their public school. Tommy, a Marxist intellectual, refuses to participate in the school's social hierarchy. But Guy, when not mooning after pretty boys, angles for a slot as one of the "gods," or prefects, of his house. When faculty stumbles upon a homosexual act by two students, one boy commits suicide and scandal erupts. 

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