Jared Frieder

writer/director of “Three Months”

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In the film “Three Months,” 18-year-old Caleb is about to graduate high school, then learns he’s been exposed to HIV and must wait three months for the final test results.

‘Three Months’ shows HIV realities and community resources for LGBTQ+ kids

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