I've got it DVR'd at home, you should look into it. With acting so catchy, most people probably don't understand the meaning, but they should, because it's not just about AIDS. It's also a general commentary on ignorance itself.
Impressive. Very nice. Let's see other comparisons.
Here, Huey Lewis looks like Timothy Dalton, the James Bond actor. But when The Living Daylights came out in '87, I think he really came into his own, commercially and artistically. The whole movie has a clear, crisp image, and a new sheen of professionalism relating to Ian Fleming's Bond books, something the Roger Moore films were a little too loose with, for my tastes.