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[about going back to the hospital]
I'm gonna die in there! Don't make die in there! I want to die with you!
What? C'mon why? Huh? Why?
'Cause I love you.
You don't even know me. How can you love me?
I don't know. I love you.
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I saw this film when I was reviewing it for a film festival. There is fortunately some good acting going on here. I was especially surprised by the kid from Third Rock from the Sun, a show I normally shun like a dark alley. Samantha Mathis is also not bad, although her character is the least well-formed of the two. The story is an interesting, if not familiar one, slipping into melodrama a bit too much. The film definitely exploits the heroin chic that enveloped the indie world following Pulp Fiction and Trainspotting. But, its rather brave tackling of a doomed love in the shadow of AIDS should be commended.
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