1987, 20:00 minutes, colour, English
A personal documentary about Danny, a young man who has AIDS. This powerful work explores the reason for Danny's return home and his attempts to reconcile his relationship with his parents. The work's formal elements create a dream-like impression, where the past and present blur. Grainy home movies are intercut with photos of Danny's dramatically altered body, video image processing, strains of dance music and the video-maker's understated voice-over - all to strong effect.
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