by Donja R. Love

Directed by Malika Oyetimein***

In 1986 Brooklyn, Max and her husband, J.R., share a profound love while eagerly awaiting the arrival of their first child. But as an epidemic rages, the couple’s future is tested. Max spends her time fighting for her husband’s life; before she realizes it, so much time has passed that she finds herself fighting for her son.

Crafted as an offering to the community of Black people living with HIV/AIDS, Donja R. Love’s smart, powerful, and poignant epic explores questions of legacy, family, and healing against the haunting landscape of the AIDS crisis of the 80s and its enduring impact.

Contains strong language, nudity, and conversations about death by suicide.

Frank Center 260 University Drive
Part 1 Run Time: 110 Minutes
Part 2 Run Time: 110 Minutes

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