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Lifecycles: A Story of AIDS in Malawi (2003)

Lifecycles: a Story of AIDS in Malawi is a new hour long documentary film shot over an eight month period on location in Malawi, Africa. Malawi won't perish, but must grow with the virus as... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Aleke Banda ...
Himself - Minister of Health
Kondanani Kaluwa ...
Traditional Healer & Midwife (as Dr. Kondanani Kaluwa)
Victor Kamanga ...
Himself - Person Living with HIV and Director of MANET
Stefan Luftl ...
Himself - Head of the Internal Medicine at Lilongwe Central Hospital (as Dr. Stefan Luftl)
Sam Mpasu ...
Himself - Speaker of the National Assembly (as Honorable Sam Mpasu M.P.)
Ireen Ntonyo ...
Herself - Traditional Healer
Catherine Phiri ...
Herself - HIV-AIDS Activist
Magie Phiri ...
Herself - Commercial Sex Worker
Mphasto Tambala ...
Person Living with AIDS
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Lifecycles: a Story of AIDS in Malawi is a new hour long documentary film shot over an eight month period on location in Malawi, Africa. Malawi won't perish, but must grow with the virus as catalyst. Lifecycles provides a detailed glimpse into the lives of the Malawian people living with HIV and AIDS. Directors Doug Karr and Sierra Bellows travel across Malawi bringing us a glimpse of a complex situation that encompasses sadness and hope, defeat and renewal. Written by Anonymous

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In a country where 200 people die of AIDS every day, a new way of life is emerging.

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1 January 2003 (Canada)  »

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CAD 60,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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