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I'm not so sure about the point of this film, myself, well acted and directed as it was, but I could *not* get past the fact that the title character (at least in the early part of the film) is going around hiding his disease from his casual and anonymous lovers while refraining from any apparent condom use. Hello? This ain't no party, this ain't no disco, this is a potentially lethal disease, and the year is 1996, so Reagan-era ignorance can't be his excuse. I know for certain that popular gay sex columnist Dan Savage would have nothing kind to say about this character - he'd give Pablo a verbal version of a bondage-master-style whuppin.
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