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A Body to Die For: The Aaron Henry Story 

Aaron Henry is a high school football player who constantly pushes himself to be the best. When working out at the gym trying to build up definition, he meets Bryce, who turns him on to ... See full summary »

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Aaron Henry
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Walton
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Jeannie (as Kamala Lopez-Dawson)
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Bryce
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Sandy Henry
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Aaron Henry is a high school football player who constantly pushes himself to be the best. When working out at the gym trying to build up definition, he meets Bryce, who turns him on to using steroids to give him the body he wants. When Aaron starts seeing results, He steals money from his mother to pay Bryce for more steroids. Aaron starts developing "roid rage" and goes crazy at the simplest of things, and he pays the price for it. Written by Pat McCurry

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23 March 1994 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Pump Up The Jam
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Early Affleck in steroid abuse PSA from HBO.
1 December 2002 | by See all my reviews

"A Body to Die For" is a compelling title for a very ordinary 30 minute HBO PSA about performance enhancing steroid abuse. Affleck, whose performance in this 1994 edu-drama serves to show how little his acting skills have improved over the years, plays Aaron Henry, a "roid" abuser who does an on-screen bio-epilogue in the final minutes. With much better info available more quickly with random access via the Internet, there are few reasons to watch this obvious and preachy show. However, it's short length is suited to the short attention spans of teens making it a suitable educational watch for High School athletes. (C)


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