Director: Derek Jarman
Year Released: 1993
Rating: 3.0

Jarman's final full-length project consists of only the color blue - more specifically, Yves Klein Blue - and voice-over by the likes of Tilda Swinton, John Quentin, Nigel Terry and Jarman himself as he describes what it's like to suffer from HIV/AIDS and all the complications, including losing his vision (so technically, you're actually 'seeing' things from his P.O.V.).  It's more of an art installation - the Tate has a copy in their permanent collection - than a feature film, but the effect of 'watching' it is a little trippy: the vibrant color acts as a counterbalance to the medical horror as he talks about the dozens of pills he has to take and reminisces about friends he lost from the virus.  While I'm not sure I'd consider this the filmmaker 'accepting' his fate it does suggest a great curiosity for what lies above and beyond for eternity.