HBO’s new documentary “Larry Kramer in Love & Anger” profiles legendary gay rights activist and playwright Larry Kramer, who helped give voice to the outrage that inspired a generation of gay men and lesbians to fight back.
Kramer is known for his 1985 play “The Normal Heart,” which was adapted into a highly acclaimed HBO miniseries last year. He was an early activist for warning the gay community about promiscuity and AIDS. Kramer won a Tony Award for “The Normal Heart” and an Emmy Award for the HBO movie “The Normal Heart.”
“Larry Kramer in Love & Anger” is directed by Jean Carlomusto and will debut June 29 on HBO.