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Life Support
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Life Support 2007

description written by member Ben:

Nelson George, the writer and producer who is making his directorial debut here, tells this story based on true events within his family. Set in his familiar stomping ground of Brooklyn, it revolves around Ana (Queen Latifah), a mother who is HIV-positive and is juggling her job with her family life and her troubled past.

Running Time:90 minutes
Directed By:
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Written By:
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No image existsJim McKay
No image existsHannah Weyer
Queen LatifahQueen Latifah
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Evan RossEvan Ross
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No image existsLimary Agosto
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Life Support Movie Review by Movie Addict (12/9/2007)

Queen Latifah is truly outstanding on this biopic about a former drug addict who becomes HIV+ and now devotes her life to helping others avoid or deal with the disease.

But, it is not just the social work that is compelling, it is the fact that even social workers have real lives that intersect with and compete with their...

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