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"What killed Das certainly wasn’t named, showing AIDS was capable of still spelling shame well after it had spelt death." Das at a hotel in San Luis Obispo, California, in 1983. Photo by Len Amadio
Film & TV

The 'sin' of simply being yourself

The heartwrenching television series It’s a Sin has evoked memories of the AIDS epidemic in Adelaide, when young men died and were commonly buried in rejection and shame. Simon Royal wonders if the real, terrible, sins of that time can be remedied.

InReview

What's next after Bridgerton?

Romance fiction has long been overlooked for TV adaptations, but the success of Netflix series Bridgerton proves how shortsighted that is. Jodi McAlister looks at five other romance series ripe for adaptation.