This film recounts the lives and deaths of various victims of AIDS who are commemorated in the AIDS quilt. It is a massive cloth collecting each piece as a memorial for each victim of the disease to both show the death toll and to show the humanity of the victims to those who would rather demonize them.
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The documentary was the first project of Dolly Parton and Sandy Gallin's Sandollar Productions not to feature Parton (having previously produced her film "A Smoky Mountain Christmas" in 1986 and her ABC variety series "Dolly" in 1987-88). Subsequent projects from their company included the Steve Martin "Father of the Bride" films, "Shinning Through," "Sabrina," "IQ," and "Buffy The Vampire Slayer." See more
It took Rock Hudson's death to capture America's attention. By that time, AIDS had already killed 15 thousand of other Americans. Rock Hudson is the most famous name in the giant quilt, a memorial to ten thousand names of men, women and children who came along very different roads to the same fate.
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