Something to Live for: The Alison Gertz Story (1992)

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An AIDS-stricken woman becomes a leader in the struggle to educate people about the disease and its prevention.

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6 July 1999 | Marie-13
9
| Wonderful
I actually taped this movie 8 years ago and watched it for the first time since I had originally seen it. I loved the movie and thought Molly did a great job doing Alison. Lee and Martin did a good job too. I think that the best line in the whole film is when Alison says that most people think that AIDS is some kind of punishment for either taking drugs and/or sleeping around. That to me could not be a better line. I would not say this is the best movie regarding AIDS but one of the first that really try to deal with it early on......

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