AIDS don't die of ignorance: AIDS iceberg
digital file Colour Sound 1987 0:43
Summary: A television advertisement warning people of AIDS and encouraging them to read the government-produced leaflet, 'AIDS Don't Die of Ignorance'. 1 segment.
Title number: 18273
Description: Segment 1 An iceberg is seen. Text overlays it reading, 'There is now a deadly virus. Anyone can catch it from sex with an infected person. Man or woman. So far it's been confined to small groups but it's spreading and unless we act now it's going to get much, much worse'. The iceberg is seen from underwater. It has 'AIDS' carved into the side of it. The government leaflet, 'AIDS Don't Die of Ignorance' is shown with the caption, 'Read this leaflet, it could change your life'. Time start: 00:00:00:00 Time end: 00:00:43:21 Length: 00:00:43:21
Further information: This video was made from material preserved by the BFI National Archive
Keywords: Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome; Public Health; HIV
Locations: United Kingdom