Letters surface revealing The English Patient was gay

The Daily Mail reports the soldier "The English Patient" is based on was gay, according to letters uncovered recently in Germany.
Count Laszlo de Almásy, "The English Patient"-based protagonist, loved men. (Courtesy of The Dail Mail)

The Daily Mail reports the soldier “The English Patient” is based on was gay, according to letters uncovered recently in Germany.

Count Laszlo de Almásy, a Hungarian-born adventurer, was apparently not the womanizer depicted in the book and film, the Mail states. Letters revealed to the Der Spiegel German magazine indicate the Nazi spy smuggler was in love with a Nazi soldier and may have had affairs with Egyptian princes.

The English Patient” was released in 1996.

For the original Daily Mail article, click here.

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