My eyes are blood red from crying during the five episodes. The horrific treatment of AIDS patients by hospitals and parents are devastatingly portrayed in England between 1980-1993. Russel Davies created this masterpiece and his energetic treatment makes for a gripping experience. A few moments of joyfulness help you digest the deaths that bombard the screen. And of course, the COVID hysteria and pertinence is always hovering over the plot. The way parents would scoop up their dying sons and kidnap them to their homes to watch them die is beyond heartbreaking.