Join us for a screening of Tao Ruspoli's Monogamish: a light exploration of sex, love & monogamy.
The last half century has seen dramatic changes in attitudes about sex, work, gender roles, and the distribution of social and economic power, upturning the 'traditional' values that have shaped our understanding of love, sex and relationships. Despite all these transformations, however, the monogamous couple is still held up as an ideal.
This film attempts to question this assumption through a personal reflection on Ruspoli’s own marriage, divorce, and family history. What he discovers about his very unconventional family, and about the history and psychology of love and marriage leads him to question everything we take for granted about love and relationships.
The evening will begin at 7pm with a complimentary drinks reception, followed by a private viewing in the screening room.
Join us afterwards for post-event drinks in Curtain members bar.