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To Die For
Directed by Peter Mackenzie Litten
Written by Johnny Byrne
Peter Mackinzie Litten
Paul McEvoy
Starring Thomas Arklie
Ian Williams
Tony Slattery
Dillie Keane
Jean Boht
John Altman
Music by Roger Bolton
Cinematography John Ward
Editing by Jeffrey Arsenault
Release date(s) 2 December 1994
Running time 101 mins.
Country United Kingdom
Language English

To Die For is a British comedy drama film directed by Peter Mackenzie Litten in 1994. It stars Thomas Arklie, Ian Williams, Tony Slattery, Dillie Keane and John Altman. The screenplay was written by Johnny Byrne, Paul McEvoy, and Litten. The original music score was composed by Roger Bolton.

Plot summary

Simon, a handsome, macho guy, and Mark, a female impersonator, are lovers in an open relationship. Simon is HIV negative, and Mark is HIV positive. The film looks back at Mark's reaction to discovering his condition. Mark likes to be at home when not working. After he found out, he began working on an AIDS quilt like the one in the video he watches over and over. Meanwhile, macho Simon, a TV technician, continues to cruise London's gay bars at night looking for action. Mark soon dies and Simon becomes the film's focus as he carries on with his irresponsible sex life. Simon's seems totally unaffected by his lover's death, but then, Mark comes back to haunt him. Mark strongly chastises Simon for his risky behavior which gives Simon serious pause for thought. Simon is the only one who can see Mark and this creates problems. Eventually, Simon must acknowledge his true feeling for Mark and begins reassessing his life and behavior.

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