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Friday . May 4 (Kinosaal/Cinema)
11 pm / 23 Uhr

DAVID IS DYING
Director: Stephen Lloyd Jackson
Narrative, Color, 90 min.
UK 2011
English

The thin veneer of youth, money, good looks and love are shattered when David is diagnosed with HIV. With his pregnant fiancée kept in the dark, David confronts the realization that he may have infected them as well. Sessions with the therapist become a narrative device for the film.

Die dünne Oberfläche aus Jugend, Geld, gutem Aussehen und Liebe wird zerstört, als David die Diagnose HIV positiv erhält. Während seine schwangere Verlobte im Unklaren gelassen wird, setzt sich David mit der Erkenntnis auseinander, dass er sie womöglich infiziert hat. Der Handlungsstrang des Films orientiert sich an den Sitzungen bei seiner Therapeutin.

David is Dying

David is Dying

David is Dying

David is Dying

David is Dying
Stephen Lloyd Jackson

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Black International Cinema Berlin

May 2-6, 2012

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PROGRAM SCHEDULE
FESTIVAL IMPRESSIONS
INTERNATIONAL
PRESS VOICES
FILM AWARDS
HISTORY
Workshop for
Puppet Theatre, Berlin
"FOOTPRINTS IN THE SAND?" - Exhibition
"FOOTPRINTS IN THE SAND?" - Photo Gallery
Footprints in the Sand?
an exploration - excavation
Poetry by Ursula Troche
PAR - Performing Arts Review
Taiwan 2008 / Portrait of
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