USA, 1992 (MIFF 1993, Documentary)
Director: Marlon Riggs
Five seropositive black gay men talk about their personal struggle with AIDS. Music and poetry lend a special accent to the quiet, sometimes startlingly personal remarks. Each story is characterised by panic, resignation and silence, but also the liberating healing power of the men's confessions. Thoughtful provocative filmmaking from the director of Colour Adjustment and Tongues United.