About the film
Release Date: January 06, 1989
|Slogan||:||«There are no second chances.»|
|Producers||:||Jeffrey Weissman, Marc S. Fischer, David Roach, Kenny Golde, Micki Dickoff, Mary Lou Belli, Chris Alberghini, Ian Praiser, Jerome M. Siegel, Karen Valdez, Mark Hite, Leena Deneroff, Janice Campion, Steve Rostine, Stephanie Shine, Peter Ayala, Chris Read, Michael Alden, Judy Miller, Lori Landau, Victoria Vicars, Richard Alkas, Verg Goodrich, Darius Rahm, Ken Titley, Rachel Ballon, Ron Bennett, Debbie Berg, Sherry Brennan, Daniel Brown, Alix Carafiol, Michael Chapman, Peggy Christianson, Lisa Davis, Laura Edwards, Keith Ellinger, Troy Engel, Adrienne Fayne, Stephen Gatta, Darrell Goff, Thom Hart, Nikki Hilton, Suzanne Holmes, Geoffrey Hughes, Brian Inouye, Lisa Helfrich, Mary James, Wilma Kampe, Warren Kirk, Debi Kuperberg, Mark Laska, Sherri Lynn, Shanon Mahan, Susan Manning, Kim McClees, Andrew McWhirter, Dennie Miller, Mark Miny, David Newhauser, John Otto, Cecily Pierce, Rhonda Powell, Marlu Prouty, Michelle Ramos, Cherry Robinson, Avian Rogers, Rachelle Romberg, Hali Rosen, Dean Sandler, Paula Teske, Dyan Ullman, Beth Ellen Watson, Tom Watson, Christie Webb, Annie Williams, Johnathan Willis, Gregory Wolfe, Erez Yaoz, Kurt Zarling|
|Writers||:||Micki Dickoff, Ian Praiser, Christie Webb|
A Blue Ribbon winner at the American Film Festival, this hard-hitting, dramatic production is about the relationship between a young man with AIDS and his estranged mother. Unable to understand or accept each other's lives, mother and son are at a stalemate of their own making.