The early years of America's HIV/AIDS epidemic were a battleground of prejudice, disinterest and neglect. As David France's documentary records, the battle rumbled through big pharma, government and the church with compassion often in short supply.
A moving treatment of a deeply personal subject (France's own partner died of an AIDS-related illness in 1992), and an enthralling depiction of a seriously fired-up popular movement.
Reviewed by David Parkinson
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