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“We felt like every day was wonderful and anything could happen.” Rich and distinguished stories unfold among the lives of long-term HIV survivors who have learned how to celebrate, heal, love, and thrive after the devastation of the early AIDS crisis. In this cathartic and intimate documentary, eight men in San Francisco, California look back on their experiences and then toward the future with the strength and resiliency they have cultivated over the past 30 years. — Thom Venegoni, Frameline40
This meditative documentary, the first full-length film produced by the San Francisco Chronicle which was created by filmmakers Erin Brethauer and Tim Hussin, draws attention to the emotional and inspiring history of the city’s gay community in the post-AIDS era while shining on a spotlight on the struggles many long-time survivors continue to face today.
Run time: 66mins.