Steam 5B


5B is a movie starring Alison Moed Paolercio, Cliff Morrison, and David Denmark. Documentary about the staff and patients of San Francisco General Hospital's AIDS ward during the early years of the epidemic.

Running Time
1 hours 34 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Dan Krauss, Paul Haggis
Cliff Morrison, Mary Magee, David Denmark, Alison Moed Paolercio
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

At the heart of the HIV/AIDs epidemic, a single number and letter designated a ward on the fifth floor of San Francisco General Hospital, the first in the country designed specifically to treat AIDS patients. The unit's nurses' and caregivers' emphasis on humanity and consideration of holistic well-being created a new standard of care in a time of great uncertainty.

Comments about documentary «5B» (16)

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Betty M.

This is one of the most informative documentaries I have ever seen. This is a documentary that is very well made and interesting. It is hard to believe that this film was made in 1993. This film is fascinating. If you have not seen it yet, watch it.

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Rachel R.

My favorite film is "Snow White and the Huntsman" (2014) and this film is based on the famous fairy tale. I thought it was wonderful and i just love this film. It is a good film to watch and enjoy. It is a bit slow in the beginning but when it gets going, you will enjoy it. It is a good film and i would recommend it to everyone.

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I saw the documentary "The War on Iraq" and it was really interesting. The documentary was only about 30 minutes and it seemed very short, but it was really good. There are many interesting people who are trying to convince the American people about the reasons for war in Iraq. One of the best parts of the documentary was that it showed how George W. Bush and his top officials talk about how America is the only country on the planet that is willing to take the fight to any country on the planet. The documentary said that the Iraq war is not about democracy, nor about terrorism, nor about Saddam Hussein. The Bush administration says that the Iraq war is not about democracy, nor about terrorism, nor about Saddam Hussein. The documentary said that this is not true. The documentary was very interesting. I highly recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in history, especially the history of the United States. This documentary also shows the Bush administration talking about the war in Iraq as if it was about democracy, or the American people. I give the documentary 8 out of 10.

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Melissa G.

The decision to remove the feature-length trailer from the DVD of "The Cove" (2014) was one that was needed to do with the film's growing success in the theatres. The trailer was an integral part of the film and the trailers for the original "The Cove" (2012) and "The Cove 2: Terror Strikes Back" (2015) have not been released on DVD, as they were included on the soundtrack CD of "The Cove." As the popularity of the film grew, so did the need to make the movie's trailer available to the general public. This decision was in no way to remove the trailer from the DVD of "The Cove," as the film itself is about as similar to "The Cove" as "The Cove" can be to "The Cove 2: Terror Strikes Back" (2015). The trailer for "The Cove" contains a lot of information about the film, including the concept of an ocean-themed cruise ship, the main character's relationship with the main character's sister, the concept of being "stranded" on a cruise ship, the setting of the cruise ship, the actual filming location of the film, and many more. As a result, the trailer for "The Cove" is quite revealing of the film and is not an appropriate substitute for seeing the film in the theater.

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Jean Cole

A great movie to watch with a group of friends and have a good time. Great performance by all the cast members and great script.

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Patricia Salazar

After watching this film, I am reminded of the old saying that "if you don't know where you are going, you will end up there." I am not a Christian but I can't help but wonder what is going on in this world and the problems that are caused by the confusion of the mind. I have to say that the mind is a very powerful thing and it can make or break a person. I think this film did a very good job of showing the confusion that people can get into. I think that this is a film that is extremely important to see and I recommend that everyone should see it. It is a very interesting film that can make you think about the meaning of life. I think that this film is very well done and is a very interesting film. It was a very good film. I think that it is very important to watch this film.

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The people behind this documentary are extraordinary. Their passion is obvious. Their talent and insight shine. Their knowledge and experience make this film a must see. The story of the planet and the human impact on it is at the core of the documentary. How much we have changed the world and the world is still changing. We have made the world a better place but we are still going through a massive change. The documentary is an eye opener and provides a clear understanding of what we have changed and what we can change. It also reminds us of the beauty of nature and the creatures that we take for granted. It makes us realize that the things we take for granted, we take for granted. It makes us realize that we are not alone and that there are still those who care about us and want to help us. It also makes us realize that we have the power to help and that we have the opportunity to use that power. The power of our minds, the power of our hearts, the power of our actions, the power of our dreams. This film is inspiring and uplifting. It makes you realize that you have the power to change the world and that you have the opportunity to make a difference. It also makes you realize that your actions have the power to make a difference. And it makes you realize that the power of your mind, your heart, and your actions have power to change the world. The director of this documentary, the director of several documentaries on the subject, and the producers are amazing. I strongly recommend this film. You will not be disappointed.

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Jennifer W.

The world is going to hell. The first part of the movie is a story about the man that was put into an iron lung because he is too rich to get it. The movie then follows him to the point where he gets arrested and is sent to prison. He is then put in a glass tank where he is fed a mixture of iron and water to keep him alive. He is then given the iron lung to eat. As he eats, he sees the world becoming a poorer place. The iron lung is the best thing he has ever had and the people who put him in there were not so kind to him. So he decided to get his revenge. He went to see a doctor that was a well respected doctor and he was told to take all the iron in the tank and put it in his body. It is a painful operation but he was successful. He is now a cripple and will live the rest of his life in the iron lung. The movie is a good story about how the man got his revenge and how the doctors were so kind to him.

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Helen W.

I was fortunate enough to watch this documentary about The Eichmann Trial. As a member of the family of Adolf Eichmann, I would have preferred to see the trial, not the movie. There are a few scenes that are included in the movie that were not in the documentary. It is important to note that the movie is accurate, and has the full story of how the trial was presented to the court. In particular, it focuses on the first and second trial of Eichmann. The documentary also provides interviews with other people that were involved in the trial. It is a compelling documentary that does not portray Eichmann as a hero. I feel that the movie is more of a social commentary than a film. It is a documentary that does not portray Eichmann as a good person, but rather portrays him as a man who was trying to do the right thing. The movie is well-done and the documentary is informative. I would recommend this movie to people who are interested in the trial and are interested in the story of Adolf Eichmann.

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Robert D.

You can't talk about 'The Queen' without mentioning the music. How it brought people together and how it made us realise that we were one country. You can't even mention the art, the costumes, the production. But you must talk about the music. So, if you want to know what the Queen was about, and how it inspired generations, you must watch this documentary. It shows you her life and the story of her reign and her relationship with the world. And also the importance of music. At the end, you feel the weight of her love and her love for the world. You see the human being in the Queen and you can't help but feel her power. And you also feel the pain of the people that loved her. And you also feel the pain of the nation that she ruled. It is a fascinating documentary. The acting is superb and the music is brilliant. But you must watch it and take it with a grain of salt. I think the best thing about it is the personal aspect of the Queen. And it is also the most political of documentaries. If you like documentaries that tell you the history and the meaning of life, you should watch this.

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Teresa Snyder

I am not a fan of James McAvoy, but he was amazing. I felt that he was believable as a young man that could be a drug addict and the addict himself. I thought that his character's story was very well done. I was also very impressed by his performance as a drug addict and the way he portrayed it. He was very believable as a drug addict and a person that is on the verge of losing his mind. He was very believable. He was able to show how easy it is for a drug addict to become a drug addict. The other actors were also very good. I have not seen the previous films of Michael Fassbender, but I hope to do so. The other actors were able to portray the struggles of the drug addict very well. The writing was very well done. I thought that the story was very good. I am very excited about the next movie that he is going to be in. I will be checking out the other movies that he is in. I am very impressed with his acting skills.

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Jack Mitchell

I've been to a lot of punk rock shows, from early days to the present, and this documentary does an excellent job of recounting the history of these bands. It does a good job of explaining the differences in style between the bands, and how the different genres have contributed to their distinctive sound. While the first two bands in this doc were known primarily for their rock songs, the last two bands have their own distinct styles. As the title suggests, there's a great deal of detail and not much is left out. The first three songs in the documentary are the most popular, the last three are the most obscure, and the first three are by far the best. As with any documentary, you can't really just focus on the facts and ignore the artistic content. This documentary is filled with interviews with artists who have been active since the 1970s. The story follows some of the main characters, but it also covers the music industry and the art scene in general. I'm not sure I've ever heard the two main bands mentioned in the documentary, the Kinks and the Damned. It's great to see that there's so much more to these bands than just the music. Some of the subjects were interesting and talked about in a personal way, which was very cool. I'm sure a lot of people are familiar with the story of The Clash, but it's really interesting to see how it's used to present a different aspect of punk rock. The documentary is a must-see for anyone who likes punk rock, or for anyone who wants to know more about the history of the music. It's well-paced and the subject matter is well-handled. I'd recommend it to anyone who enjoys punk rock, rock music, or art in general.

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If there was ever a movie to discuss the aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, this is it. This movie was made to tell the stories of the families affected by the disaster and to try and provide a better understanding of the impacts of the accident. It is a very interesting movie to watch and to understand, but it doesn't take itself seriously. It's a documentary, not a documentary about the accident. As the movie is based on the interviews with the families and their stories, you can't help but get caught up in the story. The other thing that made this movie interesting was that it focused on the American and the oil companies, not just the locals and the government officials. The interviews were great and I think it was great that they were done by the families of the victims and not just the locals who were doing their best to tell their stories. The families are very well interviewed and it was interesting to hear about the different issues they faced. The movie was also very interesting because of the way it was made. It is a documentary and I think that is what makes it so interesting. There are no fancy editing tricks, no music, no special effects. The interviews are all from the perspective of the families and they are very honest. They talk about how the families feel about the accident and the kind of person they are and what they went through and how it affected them. The director, David Brown, did a great job at not telling the story through a movie. It is a real story and a very real story. I think it's important to remember that this was a real story and that we don't always know the whole story. The people interviewed are very honest and it was nice to see the survivors talk about their experiences. Overall, I really enjoyed this movie and I recommend it to people who are interested in this kind of thing.

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Gregory Jimenez

I am not a political, or even religious, man. I have a total lack of empathy with any human beings whatsoever, I am not willing to be in their shoes, I don't even care to know their life story, I just want to know what I can do to help them. It is a great feeling to know that I have been able to bring about some change. I am not a religious person either, but that does not mean I cannot be concerned about these people. I could never know what they are going through, and it is a very difficult thing to do. I have seen the situation on the ground, and it is sad. I have also read about some of the people involved, and it is also very sad. I don't want to get too involved, but I could tell the people involved were struggling to keep their head above water. I have also read the book about the people involved, and it is quite depressing. It is a great feeling to know that you have brought about change, and it is not just about those who were involved in this case, but about those who are involved in similar situations, in the same way that there is no way of knowing who will be the next victim. I could not care less if the victims in these cases are black, white, or Hispanic. I just want to know what I can do, and I am grateful to have been able to do something. Thank you for doing this, I feel that I have a responsibility to share this story, and I thank you for giving me the opportunity to do so. I am now thinking about this story, and I am thinking about how to be involved in this change.

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Austin Mendez

I am one of the few people who knows of the existence of the first men's rights movement. In a time when it is still shocking that this organization was founded, the documentary "Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus" is a fascinating look into the world of men's rights activists. It has a great deal of drama, but a less dramatic one. It focuses on the life of the founder, Warren Farrell, as he struggles to find a role for himself in a world that has become almost hostile to men. It focuses on his relationship with his two sons, and it does a good job of showing the often painful and difficult journey of a father to find a place in the world. The film does not have a great deal of action, but the tension is built up very well, and the documentary is well-made. It is definitely worth seeing.

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Christopher Carr

I was a big fan of Daniel Pearl, but for some reason he didn't have enough of a big voice to actually take a stand and say something. In this documentary, Pearl talks about the nature of corruption in the United States and the nature of what he saw as the national debt. Pearl himself has become a very active member of the Occupy Wall Street movement, and he has been highly critical of the United States government for years. He's no longer a very active activist, but he still has a lot to say about the power of money and how it influences the political system in the United States. Pearl's documentary is very well made, and I would recommend it to anyone interested in political issues. It's a good movie to watch if you're interested in these issues.