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"I began my career, in fact, as a response to the epidemic," France says in his director's statement. "All gay men had roles to play in the crisis, whether we liked it or not. Demanding answers and uncovering truths was what I settled on as my unique function."

HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAGUE screenings, co-presented with the Frannie Peabody Center | January 18, 19, 20 @ 7:30 pm | SPACE Gallery, 538 Congress St, Portland | $5-7 | 207.828.5600 |  space538.org | Peter Staley, an activist featured prominently in the film, will be present on Friday night to participate in a post-screening discussion.

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