Dying For The Camera

SHOW: SILVERLAKE LIFE

TIME: JUNE 15; PBS

THE BOTTOM LINE: Two men with AIDS record their last days in a wrenching -- too wrenching -- documentary.

Tom Joslin always had a thing for cameras. In the mid '70s, while he was teaching at Hampshire College in Massachusetts, he made a film about his coming out as a gay man. So it wasn't surprising that when he and his lover, Mark Massi, got sick with AIDS, Tom picked up the camera once again. The couple, who shared a house in Los Angeles, took turns shooting their day-to- day activities as the disease...

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