Milo, an isolated 10-year-old boy with 'sensitive skin', lives a life rigidly controlled by his father. Sparked by his first friendship, he runs away from home to attend the school camping ... See full summary »
A medical examiner, who was suspected of murdering his wife, is trying an experimental drug to retrieve his wife's and others' memory and maybe find the killer and the mass murderer in a related present case.
Judith Light commented once that for Ryan White this was the most exciting thing he had ever gotten to do, being in a movie about his court battle with the Kokomo, Indiana School District about his attending school with AIDS. At the time of this movie which starts in December of 1984, not much was known about the disease and it caused a lot of people to worry about how it could be spread and contracted. See more »
All this attention must be a lot for you.
Doesn't bother me.
What does bother you?
Things I hear people say. Like that I spit on vegetables at the supermarket. Especially when I hear them say, "We know how you really got it."
What do you mean?
People think I'm gay. Gays aren't the only ones who get it.
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As a Hemophiliac who contracted HIV... Ryan White Story,The was important and made survival seem like an option. so here i am today a disease inside of me that has lived longer than my girlfriend and I'm 23. and that's how i told her. It's not at the caliber of "And the Band Played" on, but jeez it's better than most network movies... I was relatively lucky to be a little bit younger... I was only exploited and shunned by a few... but the fight of irish blood and a good survival-istic sense of humor. And Ryan White is in it...
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