Comparing viral loads and white blood cell counts alongside standard matchmaking criteria like religion and income, Solomon and her team play Cupid, working to bridge the gaps between social norms and unspeakable taboos."People haven’t considered what it means to be HIV-positive and find love, even though it’s such a universal need.
We hope ‘Lovesick’ opens that conversation by showing that a life of dignity is possible after a positive diagnosis.”"People haven’t considered what it means to be HIV-positive and find love, even though it’s such a universal need.
“They need explanations for it all without giving themselves away.
We married a little over a year later and have happily welcomed our first child into the world.
The two agreed to the project only under the conditions of protected identities and Solomon’s vote of confidence.
The production schedule stretched further once the filmmakers’ realized building rapport with their subjects had no shortcuts.
According to a poll of 2,200, fewer than one in five has ever seen or heard information about loneliness as a health risk.
Andrew Barnett, of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, said: ‘We need to consider the practical ...