"Maurice", that glorious gay film from 1987, is celebrating its' 30th anniversary by returning in a 4K restoration at New York City's historic and newly-reopened Quad Cinema in lower Manhattan.
The film, which opens on May 19, will kick off a monthly series of **** classic films.
James Ivory, the director of the film, will conduct a Q&A on May 19th and May 20th.
"Maurice" had a tumultuous reception at the Venice Film Festival in 1987.
It won three major film awards, which included The Silver Lion for director James Ivory and the Best Actor Award for both James Wilby and Hugh Grant.
It then went on to a memorable opening in New York City and elsewhere.
It still remains THE GAY FILM that no gay man can forget.
Below, (from right) James Wilby as Maurice Hall, Rupert Graves as Alec Scudder and Hugh Grant as Clive Durham.