Andrew Beckett, a gay, HIV positive lawyer, is fired from his law firm in fear that they might contract HIV from him. After Andrew is fired, in a last attempt for peace, he sues his former law firm with the help of a homophobic lawyer, Joe Miller. During the court battle, Miller sees that Beckett is no different than anyone else on the gritty streets of the city of brotherly love, sheds his homophobia and helps Beckett with his case before AIDS overcomes him.
Rating: PG-13 (for some graphic language and thematic material)
Runtime: 125 min
Remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
Бажаєш навчатися у США, але бракує знань? Відвідай щомісячну презентацію від EducationUSA, щоб дізнатися про процес вступу, фінансування своєї освіти та послуги, що надають центри EducationUSA.
Кожен українець може отримати від держави землю під ведення фермерського господарства, садівництво, для будівництва дачі та гаража.
Come to America House and chat with Philip Kopatz! Philip is a senior at Walsh University from Ohio, United States. He is majoring in history and psychology and plans on attending graduate school and eventually becoming a history professor.
A lawyer sees the chance to salvage his career and self-respect by taking a medical malpractice case to trial rather than settling.
This comedy-type-play performance, was created by some of the first-year students at V.O. Sukhomlynsky National University of Mykolaiv. The performance contains musical and singing scenes along with the dramatic performances from Sukhomlynsky National University students.
Turn up the music! Light the grills! It’s time for our most anticipated event of the year - U.S. Independence Day at America House! This year’s theme is “Independence Day Rock Out”!