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A radiant coming-of-age story balanced with the sense that the party could end sooner than later.
As harrowing as the show may be in moments, it's never an excruciating watch, and that's largely thanks to the cast.
It's a grim survey, certainly, one that might serve as a concise introduction to the times for a younger person. But it's also filled with endearing comedy and nostalgia for the joy and innocence of the men who came to the city.
Davies zeroes in on three lives, but he makes a convincing case that the staggering indifference of Reagan and other world leaders, who knew and did nothing, was a crime against humanity.
The series is about reorienting shame and blame from those who died to those who couldn't be bothered.
It's a Sin is wise enough to show us both the glory and the tragedy of young lives needlessly cut short.
"It's a Sin," created and written by "Doctor Who" and "Years and Years" mastermind Russell T Davies, distinguishes itself by clinging to the ecstasy of queer love and life amid the agony.
Russell T. Davies makes you fall in love with this group of wide-eyed dreamers, only to force you to watch as their youthful hopes are stripped away by a cruelly mismanaged disease.
The depictions of life and love in the AIDS crisis are emotionally compelling at every turn. The tragedy is present, but death is a part of a much larger tapestry.
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