When their AIDS-stricken son returns home to die, an emotionally repressed family allows years of pent-up tensions, resentment, and insecurities to explode to the surface. Based on the story by Alice Elliott Dark, this acclaimed made-for-cable drama marks the directorial debut of Christopher Reeve.
Pros: the bond between mother and son Cons: the devastation of this disease Another look into the devastation that is AIDS, we find Danny, played by Robert Leonard, returning to his parents home to die. His mother, as all mothers do, is delighted to see him and help him but his father finds it hard to communicate or deal with his son. Mother and son spend their days reminiscing the past, dreaming of the future, and learning about each others lives. … more