How a Funeral Director Helped Abandoned AIDS Patients in the South | The New Yorker Documentary

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As the front lines of America’s H.I.V. epidemic continue to migrate away from metropolitan centers, a funeral director in the heart of the South confronts an environment of social shame and ignorance to ensure a dignified end for those who have died of H.I.V.-related causes.

Directed and Produced by Brian Bolster and Jonathan Napolitano

Big Sky 2019; Winner Audience Award
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