Doin’ My Drugs is an emotionally charged, inspiring 90-minute documentary intended to raise awareness about the ongoing HIV/AIDS epidemic in Zambia, and the developing world.
The film follows the personal transformation of musician Thomas Muchimba Buttenschøn, born HIV+ in Zambia in 1985 to a Zambian mother and Danish father, from his early treatment, the loss of both parents to AIDS, his own near-death experience, his rise as a pop star in Denmark, to his passionate crusade to eliminate the stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS. Director Tyler Rosen chats about the project and the movie with Nightside's Ethan Millard at the Sundance Film Festival.
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