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Thankfully, the first commercial feature about AIDS (1990) didn't follow the obscene Reagan-Bush approach—saving all its tears for children, with the unmistakable implication that other AIDS victims don't count. It follows a group of adult friends and acquaintances, including a few who work for television, who spend their vacations on Fire Island and who are all struck directly or indirectly by AIDS. Though it contains some useful information, this is not really a preachy film—it is simply a very human and compassionate one about a tragedy that affects us all. Written by Craig Lucas (author of the play Prelude to a Kiss) and directed by Norman Rene, with a good cast that includes Stephen Caffrey, Patrick Cassidy, Brian Cousins, Bruce Davison, John Dossett, Mark Lamos, Dermot Mulroney, Mary-Louise Parker, Michael Schoeffling, and Campbell Scott. 96 min.

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