Positive Youth



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Actor Charlie David (Judas Kiss, Mulligans) goes behind the camera to make this inspiring documentary on youths living with HIV. In 1981, the disease was initially fatal, but today, while there is still no cure, advances in science and medicine can now keep the disease in check. David focuses on the lives of four very different HIV+ individuals: a straight 18-year-old First Nations woman living in an impoverished rural town; a gay 25-year-old white urbanite; a spiritual 23-year-old African American; and a 27-year-old club kid jet-setter. Each of them offers a dynamic perspective on the reality of living positive and shows how even a single person can change the world regardless of his or her environment.

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  • Director: Charlie David
  • Length: 42 mins.
  • Rating: NR
  • Released: Nov 10 2016
  • Production Year: 2012
  • TLA SKU: 1756806


2 Reviews for Positive Youth

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Review by Robert O'Neill

By: Robert O'Neill
In-House Review - Jul 31 2012
Charlie David steps behind the camera and makes his directorial debut with this moving, heartfelt and ultimately uplifting documentary. Positive Youth follows four young people in Vancouver who have been diagnosed with HIV - 25-year-old Jesse, 24-yea... Read More

Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen
Sometimes I think that we in the gay community have forgotten about AIDS. I am not saying that we have forgotten about those people that we have loved and lost to the terrible disease. I think that we have forgotten that there is no cure and AIDS is ... Read More

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