William Yang seems like a nice enough Chinese-Australian photographer. The slide show of his family and friends is pleasantly bittersweet. I agree with Mr. Yang that all the AIDs deaths, and the murder of his uncle were wrong. I understand his quietly stated sorrow and loss. I, however, would have rather seen a movie instead of this slide show on film. The subject matter was of some interest to me, but the movie itself could not keep my attention. My biggest complaint was that this felt like a vanity publication -- albeit made by someone else; not the subject. That is: it felt like someone wanted to be nice to Mr. Yang rather than working at making a compelling movie.
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