Blood Lines
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Blood Lines is a film directed & produced by HIV-positive youth. As artists and activists they were inspired to document their experiences as they struggle with this overwhelming disease. They traveled across Europe and the United States twice, interviewing HIV-positive youth like themselves to create a documentary that voices their confusion, grief and hope.
The film empowers those who live with HIV/AIDS, inspires compassion for people living with the virus, and motivates others to avoid getting infected. This film is about fear and confusion, hope and anger, joy, and the remarkable resilience that HIV+ young people share.
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Blood Lines illustrates the reality of being young and having HIV. It is an emotionally devastating yet ultimately uplifting view of young, positive people - a view that is completely personal, because it is seen from the inside out.
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