Dallas Buyers Club
In Dallas in 1985, homophobic, drug-addict rodeo cowboy Ron Woodroof is diagnosed with AIDS and given 30 days to live. He is being treated with the only drug legally available in the United States, AZT, which almost kills him. He begins smuggling illegal AIDS drugs to the United States, and is approached by other AIDS patients who need help. With the help of his doctor and a fellow patient, Ron creates The Dallas Buyers Club, which provides members with alternative treatment options. The clubs are growing rapidly in number and members, and the authorities are starting a bitter war against him.
The film was awarded 3 Oscars: Best leading Actor: Matthew McConaughey, Best Supporting Actor: Jared Leto, and Best Makeup and Hair.