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No Easy Way (1996)

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Matthew, a concert pianist played by Alan Boyce, has kept his HIV positive status secret and refuses help from family and doctors. On the night he loses his job playing mood music in a ... See full summary »

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Alan Boyce ...
Matthew Livingston
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Diana Campbell
Brandon Hammond ...
Tommy Campbell
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Carl Campbell
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Mrs. Livingston
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Dr. Thomas
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Nurse Barb
Gloria Stroock ...
Alice Jacobson (as Gloria Stoock)
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Mr. Narjarian
Chandra Easton ...
June Gibbons
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Mrs. Henderson (as Susan Damate Shaw)
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Motel Manager
Dennison Samaroo ...
Intern
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Smoking Hospital Lady 1
Minnie Currie ...
Smoking Hospital Lady 2
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Matthew, a concert pianist played by Alan Boyce, has kept his HIV positive status secret and refuses help from family and doctors. On the night he loses his job playing mood music in a fancy hotel, Matthew meets a streetwise panhandler Diana and the pair become wary friends. Written by Matthew T. Corey <mcorey@mail.utexas.edu>

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Wonderful surprise
27 July 2003 | by (San Francisco, Ca) – See all my reviews

What appears to be a low budget disease of the week film has much more to offer. I loved this film. Ever since HBO's The Corner, I have been fascinated with Khandi Alexander. She is a brave and unique actress. Never the same. Sometimes normal and beautiful, sometimes really scary and on the edge. And in this film, quite funny at times. Unfortunately, she seems wasted in the current TV show CSI Miami. I was excited to find this film which I had not heard of by accident. Because of Khandi I bought the thing immediately. The characters are fresh and interesting, enhanced by great performances. Yes it is a 4 hanky disease of the week film, empowered by an unforgettable, totally unpredictable ending. Bravo for originality in a stale genre. A buried treasure.


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