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“BPM” details ACT UP organizers’ joy and pain out in the streets, on the dancefloor, between the sheets

Drenched in callously optimistic naivete, some insisted after Trump was elected that if “we lived through Reagan, we’ll live through this.” Those with a sharper memory of Reagan’s genocidal policies on everything from AIDS to crack-cocaine helpfully noted that many didn’t live through Reagan. Robin Campillo’s “BPM,” about a French chapter of the New York-based […]