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Dallas Buyers Club (7-Sep-2013)

Director: Jean-Marc Vallée

Writers: Craig Borten; Melisa Wallack

Keywords: Drama, AIDS

A stereotypically-bigoted Texas redneck's HIV diagnosis during the darkest days of the AIDS epidemic leads to desperate measures and a dire predicament.

ABSTRACT
Electrician-cum-rodeo bull rider Ron Woodruff lives hard, plays hard, and hates hard, enjoying a life as a promiscuous drug-abusing homophobe in the extremely conservative confines of 1985 Dallas, Texas. When his careless ways lead to a shocking HIV-positive diagnosis during the worst days of the AIDS epidemic and an estimated month left to live, Ron's denial-turned-desperation finds him willing to go to the ends of the Earth in search of a cure, placing him in the thick of a "buyers' club" charged with procuring an experimental anti-AIDS drug and engaged in an all-out war against Big Pharma.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Griffin Dunne
Actor
8-Jun-1955   An American Werewolf in London
Jennifer Garner
Actor
17-Apr-1972   Alias
Jared Leto
Actor
26-Dec-1971   Harry in Requiem for a Dream
Matthew McConaughey
Actor
4-Nov-1969   Contact
Denis O'Hare
Actor
17-Jan-1962   Larry Harvey on American Horror Story
Kevin Rankin
Actor
18-Apr-1976   Roe Saunders on Unforgettable
Dallas Roberts
Actor
10-May-1970   Miles Fiedler on Rubicon
Steve Zahn
Actor
13-Nov-1968   Glenn in Out of Sight

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