Very moving and I learned a lot about AIDS and the search for a cure that I didn't know. It's not that I wasn't aware of it but I grew up in a boarding school and, even though we knew what was happening, and I am not and never was homophobic, it was something that didn't affect my rather sheltered life in a predomanently female environment. Decided to watch this after watching 'Don't Ever Wipe Tears Without Gloves' and not being able to get the beauty and tragedy of that out of my head for many weeks. When something gets to me or interests me, I want to learn as much as I can about it, read around it and find out more, so I bought and watched both this DVD and 'We Were Here' about the fight against AIDS in San Francisco. It also took several weeks for me to get the latter out of my head. I have also been reading around the subject and feel that I know so much more now, about all aspects of this terrible disease. I work in a school library and resource centre and I have given 'We Were Here' to the head of Humanities to watch because I plan to donate both DVDs to the library as I think that everyone should see them. I think that everyone should see them as a challenge to unthinking homophobia and also because people today seem to have forgotten about AIDS but it's still out there, they seem to think that it can be cured which, of course, it can't be - if you get it, it's with you for the rest of your life, even if you're lucky enough to be able to get, let alone afford, retroviral drugs to hold it in check. Hopefully, if more people see documentaries like this, the world will be a wiser, braver, more compassionate place and fewer people will find their lives overshadowed, or ended, by AIDS.