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Maverick British gay director Derek Jarman's last film is a wordless compilation of his home movies from 1970 -- six years before his debut feature "Sebastiane" -- to 1986, set to a Brian Eno score. Footage ranges from casual snippets of home life to behind-the-scenes set footage, along with appearances from famous friends like William S. Burroughs and the Sex Pistols. As the years progress, the spread of AIDS begins to decimate Jarman's social circle.

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