Fighting AIDS is an invisible war

Fighting AIDS is an invisible war
Answer: The sequence of lines from top to bottom of the picture is: “120 Strikes Per Minute”-We died of indifference.”Favorite”-Let’s get married, while still alive.”Bohemian Rhapsody”-We are a family. Today is World AIDS Day.In January 1988, in order to raise people’s awareness of AIDS, the World Health Organization designated December 1 as World AIDS Day every year, calling on countries and international organizations around the world to hold relevant activities on this day to promote and prevent AIDS knowledge. The domestic movie “Favorite” is adapted from Yan Lianke’s novel “Ding Zhuang Meng”, directed by Gu Changwei, Zhang Ziyi, and Guo Fucheng leading the lead role.The film focuses on AIDS villages and AIDS patients. In the film, “Shang Qinqin” and “Zhao Deyi” are full of love at the last moment of life, proving the dignity of love with life.The phrase “Let’s get married, while we are alive” is stinking. “Bohemian Rhapsody” takes Queen’s legendary lead singer Freddie Mercury as the main line, and is known as the “Queens” rock legend from the establishment to the shine.Mercury died of pneumonia caused by AIDS, only one day after he disclosed his condition (November 23, 1991).He was the first mainstream rock star who publicly contracted AIDS and died.The film advances Mercury’s knowledge that he has AIDS to be handled before the “Live Aid” concert, so that every lyrics in “Bohemian Rhapsody” becomes like Mercury’s farewell to the world,It also made “We Are the Champions” show a sense of unyielding.In 1992, other members of the band founded the Mercury Phoenix Trust. In April of the same year, they held the “Freddy Mercury Tribute Concert: To Raise Awareness of Cancer” to raise funds for cancer research. “120 Strikes Per Minute” tells about the official rampage in the early 1990s, a non-governmental public welfare organization called “ACT UP”, hoping to arouse the attention of the people and the government’s medical department through some excessive social activities.In addition to the gay community, members of this charity organization also have patients with AIDS who are waiting for medical assistance.”The fight against AIDS is an invisible war. Our friends die one by one, but we still want to live.We must fight those who are indifferent to AIDS.”This is the manifesto of the ACT UP organization’s protest.The film won several international awards, including the Jury Prize at the 70th Cannes Film Festival Main Competition Unit, the 83rd New York Film Critics Association Award for Best Foreign Language Film, and the 43rd France Caesar Film Award for Best Film.Sa Jianye editor He Jianwei proofreads Wei Zhuo