While the availability of antiviral medicines in the West may mean that one can live with HIV for many years, their diagnosis in developing countries often remains a death sentence. That’s the way Pablo sees it when he’s diagnosed and given a year to live in Buenos Aires. He embarks on a health regimen filled with homeopathic remedies, confronts his distant father, and explores a new form of sexuality that mixes discipline with pain. Winner of the 2005 Teddy Award for best gay feature film at the Berlin Film Festival. 2005, Argentina, color, 35mm, in Spanish with English subtitles, 95 minutes.