Although no documentary has traced the impact of AIDS on a couple as unflinchingly
as 1992's Silverlake Life: The View From Here, Monette's demise, as chronicled in Brink, conveys its own poetic resonance as he surrenders the caretaker role he twice assumed to be nursed by his final lover, Winston Wilde.
It explores, sensitively but unflinchingly
, the mentally ill, and how tricky - thanks to policies enacted by Ronald Reagan both as governor and president - it has become to treat them: They basically have to bottom out before they're eligible for help.
RTE's dedicated Prime Time team last night unflinchingly
lifted the lid on this sordid industry.
Based on Dejan Dukovski's play, ``Bure Baruta,'' and directed fluidly and unflinchingly
by Goran Paskaljevic, the film presents a crackling kaleidoscope of rage.
After the Bruins defense unflinchingly
pushed the 11th-ranked Ducks offense backwards in its first series in overtime, McNown trotted out onto the field like he hadn't a worry in the world and told his teammates, ``Let's just get it in here, OK?
He doesn't work, and loafs with a group of equally dead-end friends whose hard, raw-boned faces the filmmaker studies as unflinchingly
as a portraitist might.
It was midday, and the sun was unflinchingly
1997's best films delved unflinchingly
into the darkest emotional realms.
When Walter Mosley burst onto the literary scene in 1990 with his ``Devil in a Blue Dress,'' he brought a new dimension to the hard-boiled detective story by unflinchingly
adding racism and discrimination to his plots.
The Cargo Movers fired away unflinchingly
against a Giga Hitters squad relying solely on Cuban Gyselle Silva to score a 25-22, 25-18, 25-17 for their second win in the Chooks to Go-Philippine Superliga Grand Prix at FilOil Flying V Centre.
Their lives are flawed and paradoxical, and Jarrar unflinchingly
tackles the messiness of familial disappointment, love, and sex.
believe in their undeniable right to freedom.
Logical Family: A Memoir by Armistead Maupin is the unflinchingly
honest, often humorous, and ultimately powerful memoir of one of the most influential American writers of our time--with lots of juicy details.
In that article, Matthewa Patriots fan and the son of a New Englanderengages in an unflinchingly
critical, if heartfelt, inquiry of NFL owner and Jewish philanthropist Robert Kraft for his association with Donald Trump.
Synopsis: In words as clear and sharp as cut crystal glass, the memoir of Janice Wood Wetzel, "Sorrows & Songs: One Lifetime--Many Lives" unflinchingly
tells the story of a bright, beautiful, and promising young child who forged towards a fully realized life in spite of years of physical and mental abuse at the hands of her parents and pervasive society-wide gender discrimination.