Robert Marshall

Stuart Marshall

1991, 10:00 minutes, colour, English


This tape is structured in two movements. Through the memories of his father, fragments of the son's youth are revealed, forming both a biographical portrait of Robert and an autobiographical portrait of Stuart. The second sequence is a real-time recording of a telephone conversation between Stuart and an HIV physician in San Francisco. The pros and cons of the drug AZT are discussed long-distance.

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