"The HIV epidemic in Black America continues to spread at rates worse than in most African countries due not to promiscuity, homosexuality or IV drug use, but due to ignorance about the disease and how it's spread. Rates of new infections among women and youth (16-24 years old) especially in the Southern US will alarm you. This documentary is ABSOLUTELY VITAL to view then share with others."
"It has never been legal or ethical to own forms of life by patent until corporations began altering the foods we eat at the genetic level. Chilling documentary. Unappetizing display of greed run amok."
"This film documents the origins of the important new art form "voguing" popularized by Madonna but had it's origins in the black transgender, gay & lesbian NYC sub-culture. This film broke the all time attendance record at NY's Film Forum, which it holds until this day. Highly recommended."
"FRONTLINE: THE AGE OF AIDS was a wonderful, absorbing, comprehensive documentary worldwide history of the spread of HIV/AIDS. I particularly recommend this for anyone born since the mid 70s. The generation age 30 and younger is living without a sense of history (that might contribute to saving their lives)."
"This is the most important film I have ever seen. It is IMPERATIVE not only that you see it, but that you convince everyone you come in contact with the urgency of doing whatever they can to deal with the "inconvenient truths" of its subject matter. Nothing else in your life will ever be as important as this, once you understand the problem and what's at stake."
"This was a superb documentary! It was skillfully directed & informative enough to be enthralling. This film should be part of the curriculum at every required high school economics class in America. ...That's if the country REALLY WANT young people to understand that greed alone fuels corporate decisions forsaking effects on the biosphere, human rights and ultimately, the future of life on earth."
"This version of the DVD (released in 2004) contains a moving film short called "Soldier's Pay". The combination of these films are well worth seeing. Make sure your children (13 & older) watch these."