hmv.com talks to Nahuel Pérez Biscayart and Arnaud Valois about new film 120 Beats Per Minute
Robin Campillo's new film tells the story of Parisian HIV activist group ACT UP, whose relentless and often confrontational campaigning in the early 1990s helped raise awareness about the disease, as well as pressuring the drug companies who produced HIV medication to be more open about their drug trials, particularly their use of placebos on live patients (In one of their most famous publiicity stunts, the group arranged for a giant pink condom to be placed over the Luxor Obelisk in the French capital).
Campillo's emotive story arrives in UK cinemas on Friday (April 6th) and ahead of the release of 120 Beats Per Minute we caught up with its leading actors Nahuel Pérez Biscayart and Arnaud Valois to talk about bringing ACT UP's story to the big screen.
Watch our interview with Nahuel and Arnaud below...
120 Beats Per Minute is in UK cinemas from Friday April 6th, you can pre-order your copy on DVD or Blu-ray here in our online store