D-Man is a documentary film about art resurrecting life. It traces the remarkable history and legacy of one of the most important works of art to come out of the age of AIDS -- Bill T. Jones’ tour-de-force ballet "D-Man in the Waters." Using an extraordinary series of interviews, archival material, and uniquely powerful cinematography of movement, this lyrical documentary reveals the making of the dance in 1989, and follows the journey of a group of young dancers learning it today. The film, produced by one of Bill T. Jones’ former dancers, offers a uniquely intimate view into the stories of love, loss and resurrection behind this most pivotal work, and the ways in which the work is now moving a new generation. D-Man illuminates the power of art to convey history while simultaneously invigorating the contemporary moment.