From the onset of the AIDS epidemic, author Larry Kramer emerged as a fiery activist, an Old Testament-style prophet full of righteous fury who denounced both the willful inaction of the government and the refusal of the gay community to curb potentially risky behaviors. Co-founder of both the service organization Gay Men's Health Crisis and the direct action protest group ACT UP, Kramer was vilified by some who saw his criticism to be an expression of self-hatred, while lionized by others who credit him with waking up the gay community — and, eventually, the government and medical establishment — to the devastation of the disease.
Charlie is a non-traditional therapist specializing in anger management. He has a successful private practice and he performs pro bono counseling for an inmate group at a state prison. Prior to his career as a therapist, he was a major league baseball player whose career was put on the shelf for good by his own struggle with anger issues.
Fear, Stress & Anger is a British sitcom that aired on BBC Two in 2007. Starring Peter Davison and Pippa Haywood, it was written by Michael Aitkens. There is no studio audience or laugh track.
Looking Back in Anger was a 1989 Hong Kong TV series and one of the most watched TVB series by Chinese people in Hong Kong and around the world. Many factors contributed to the success of this series. As well as its tragic but memorable storyline, this series featured a strong cast, with Felix Wong, Deric Wan, Carina Lau, Kathy Chow Hoi-Mei and Maggie Shiu. The popular theme song of the series "Yat sang ho kau" was sung by Danny Chan and later by Deric Wan himself.
Look Back in Anger is a 2000 South Korean television series about two brothers' love for two women that aired on KBS2. Starring Joo Jin-mo, Lee Min-woo, Park Jin-hee and Bae Doona, the cast also includes the following actors pre-stardom: Kim Myung-min, Uhm Tae-woong, Kim Min-hee and Lee Eun-joo.
Years of Hope and Anger is the 16th episode of the dramatic documentary television series, Canada: A People's History. The episode first aired on CBC Television on November 11, 2001. As with the rest of the series, the story was told by the people involved and included a great sense of drama. This episode covered Canadian History from 1964 to 1976, despite the fact that some of the events in the earlier chapters occurred in the years preceding 1964. Due to the nature of the time period, the visuals used included photos, filming of indirect objects and archival recordings. Most of the words were recorded by voice actors, while some of the words were spoken by the figures themselves, and a few among this number were in the French language, with English subtitles. Some of the main themes in this episode included Quebec sovereignty movement, the challenging of the status quo and the effects of progress. Special attention was placed on the possibilities of the era. The Vignettes and Chapter descriptions support this.