“In 1994 AIDS was sweeping across the globe affecting millions of people.
Treatments had improved but, at that time, HIV/AIDS accounted for 750,000 deaths worldwide, and was the leading cause of death for all Americans ages 25-44.
Our crew taped three group therapy sessions in the Provincetown AIDS Support Group building, using four VHS cameras and equipment from the Community Access Facilities of Continental Cablevision in Orleans, MA.”
– Roberta Pyzel
Oh, Roberta (and crew)…..
I’m posting a link to this on my FB page because I think everyone should watch this. What a wonderful thing you’ve done.
That being said,
to these brave, wonderful men. (PLEASE tell me that some of them are still with us!) Being in a group is daunting to begin with, never mind sharing your thoughts with the wider world. Gentlemen, I salute you. Thank you for your honesty, your vulnerability, your humor, and your courage.