This is a dramatic, more "independent" movie that probably isn't at many theaters. Matthew McConaughey did a great job and Jared Leto deserves an oscar for this. The movie deals with HIV/AIDS in the mid 1980's and is very, very good.
I saw this over the weekend. I thought it was really good, with a great performance by McConaughey. We had previously watched the documentary How To Survive A Plague, and I'm glad we did. I think I appreciated DBC more by having a bit of understanding of what was going on then in terms of the government's response to HIV/AIDS. Well worth seeing.
Great episode. Subtitles rock. I heard that just prior to the Consulate raid, Kim Bauer had put in an application to work there. I'm really enjoying Mike Novick again. His words were, "Do you want me to ask President Palmer to leave?