No Sad Songs

(1985)
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The world's first major documentary on AIDS (1985). Jim Black, a 37-year-old Canadian talks about the AIDS that is killing him. He talks about his life and his friends and how his brother's family has rejected him. Catherine Hunt is a Canadian woman whose brother is dying of AIDS. These personal stories are presented with excerpts from a series of performances by Canadian musicians and performance artists in order to give the viewer a bigger picture of the impact of this disease.

  1. Nik Sheehan

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  1. Martha Cronen

  2. David Maclean

  3. David Roche

  4. David Sereda

    David Sereda

  5. Joe Norman Shaw

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  • June 15, 1985
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Original Language English

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