The Living End is writer and director Gregg Araki’s second feature film that tells of two young HIV positive men’s life on the run. Mike Dytri and Craig Gilmore star in this American comedy-drama. The Living End received a nomination for a Grand Jury Prize at the 1992 Sundance Film Festival where it was released.
Gregg Araki began his career in the underground. Working with little or no budget, and without proper permits, Araki filmed a variety of touching, gay friendly stories, some of which went on to earn the young director great praise for his work. In subsequent years Araki embraced opportunities to work with a number of notable actors and actresses, including Margaret Cho, Parker Posey, and Heather Graham.