BPM (Beats per Minute)
Drama • 2017 • 2 hr 15 min
muy necesaria para entender sobre el vih
A movie with such an heavy theme could be hard to watch but this piece is full of hope and truth.
2017 Cannes - Grand Prix. An important topic and a good directors work with the actors. Well done significant massive shots. - 8/10
A touching and very honest view on activism and politics, the AIDS crisis and gay interactions and culture/stereotypes.
This film helps both remembering the AIDS epidemic & celebrating those who lived through it in the full gamut of their emotions.
Excellent, the longer scenes are compelling and heartfelt. Thoroughly enjoyed this.
Great movie. Both affective and objective.
It grabs me. It's an emotional movie about an important subject.
Brilliant, heartbreaking, and it feels so honest and important.
Long winded and ultimately it’s enough to detract from the positive points of the film
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