Mark Ruffalo Explains Why “The Normal Heart” Is Personally Important To Him

mark-ruffaloI love people, and I have a lot of compassion for the struggle of people. I was growing up during the AIDS epidemic, and I saw how cruel and how insensitive people were to these people suffering. It sort of has been forgotten in our culture what happened during those times… That was an important story that needed to be told, and I was honored to tell it with the folks that I got to tell it with, and having Larry Kramer‘s words to convey it.”

Actor Mark Ruffalo discussing his role in the long-anticipated film version of Larry Kramer’s landmark AIDS-themed play The Normal Heart, in an interview with Huffington Post

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