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April 21, 1995

The Cure is a 1995 American comedy-drama film directed by Peter Horton and written by Robert Kuhn. The film stars Brad Renfro and Joseph Mazzello who play two teenage boys searching for the cure for AIDS which one of them is suffering from.

The film was distributed by Universal Pictures Studios and it was first released on April 21, 1995. The Cure did not have great commercial success, earning $2.57 million at the box office - about half a million shy of their $3 million budget. There have been mixed reviews from critics, but the film has nevertheless been received warmly by the general audience, often described as "touching."

In 1995 Horton received the Audience Award at the Cinekid Festival and Renfro Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Drama Film at the First Annual YoungStar Awards. The film was also nominated at the 38th Annual Grammy Awards for the soundtrack's instrumental composition and also nominated in two categories for the Young Artist Award.

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