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Stephen Fry: HIV & Me (2007)

British writer and actor Stephen Fry reports on the shocking increase of new HIV-infected people in Britain and in sub-Saharan Africa.

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Ross Wilson

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Stephen Fry
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Stephen Fry ... Self
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Brown Robert Brown ... Self
Annmarie Byrne Annmarie Byrne ... Self
Edwin Cameron Edwin Cameron ... Self
Chuck Chavez Chuck Chavez ... Self
James Chin James Chin ... Self (as Dr James Chin)
Jonathan Creel Jonathan Creel ... Self
Heather Evans Heather Evans ... Self
Perry Evans Perry Evans ... Self
Michael Gottlieb Michael Gottlieb ... Self (as Dr Michael Gottlieb)
Morgan Grant Morgan Grant ... Self
Willie Henderson Willie Henderson ... Self
Carly Hickling Carly Hickling ... Self
Ian Hodgson Ian Hodgson ... Self
Juliet Houghton Juliet Houghton ... Self
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British writer and actor Stephen Fry reports on the shocking increase of new HIV-infected people in Britain and in sub-Saharan Africa.

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28 February 2008 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Stephen Fry: HIV & Me Pt. 1 (2007)

*** 1/2 (out of 4)

Actor Stephen Fry does a personal journey through Britain trying to understand why HIV infections are going up. The documentary focuses on gays, straights and various other groups including teenagers and their thoughts on safe sex. It's rather shocking how stupid a lot of people are towards this disease and it's more shocking when you hear from some of these people on why they don't protect themselves. One woman is interviewed about sleeping with various men a week and yet she sees no reason to protect herself. Fry does a great job asking all the right questions and at times he lets his anger go towards the people who are making the problem worse.


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1 December 2007 (USA) See more »

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