England, 1909. Newly arrived at Cambridge, Maurice Hall (Wilby) strikes up a friendship with fellow undergrad, the wealthy Clive Durham (Grant). As they grow closer, new feelings are revealed and the pair embark on an intense yet secret affair in a society where homosexuality is forbidden. In 1987, Maurice was positively ahead of its time and now, being reissued in the 21st century, is set to find the audience it deserves.
“A tender, graceful love story, performed with quiet conviction.” The Guardian