TV Movie | TV-MA | | Drama, History, Romance
A gay activist attempts to raise H.I.V. and A.I.D.S. awareness during the early 1980s.
During the film, one character refers to the London plague traced to a pump. The Great (Bubonic) Plague of London occurred in 1665-66 was caused by rats. The "pump"referenced caused the Cholera outbreak in 1854 in London.
Ben, you mean more to me than anyone in the whole world. You always have. Ben, you've gotta say it!
Ben Weeks: Say what?
Ned Weeks: I am the same as you! Just say it! Say it!
Ben Weeks: No. You're not. I'm not gonna say it.
Ned Weeks: Every time I loose this fight it hurts more.
The clock tower seen across the Hudson River (in Hoboken, NJ) was not standing in the early 80s when the film's story took place. It was demolished in the 50s and rebuilt in 2007.
Forget Me Nots
Written by Patrice Rushen, Freddie Washington, Terry McFaddin
Performed by Patrice Rushen
Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group
By arrrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
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