A reactionary sauna boss whose boyfriend studies theology and frequents Bach choirs, a therapist who teaches AIDS sufferers death meditation and death gymnastics, a female reporter who dresses up as a man and spies on the gay and AIDS scenes, Professor Blood who catches the virus in Africa, a minister, rich queens and gay revolutionaries populate Rosa von Praunheim‘s newest film. A VIRUS KNOWS NO MORALS sets out to approach the theme with vivid ideas and a macabre ,,wrapper“ (Praunheim). Liveliness is the order of the day: at a cheerless drag ball the gay and Bermudaas sings: „Hurray, We‘re Still Alive“; at the end everyone has AIDS, the night sisters throw a dice to decide who will die first, the government sends all those infected with the virus to a closed camp on the island Hell-Gay-Land. Black humour as an act of furious provocation.
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