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‘Happy Endings: Perspectives on dying well’ is death explained in a touching, informative and at times even humoristic way through a collection of one-to-one conversations with a doctor, a hospice nurse, a priest, a counsellor, an elderly woman and a young mother who lost her own mother in the Tsunami.
The film interweaves personal stories with informative interviews with professionals and builds seamlessly between the process of death, dying well, difficult deaths, the role of professionals and after death.
"I have just finished watching your film. The manner in which it approaches the subject is beautifully thought-provoking and it leaves a final impression that is hugely life-affirming. It also displays a rare simplicity and serenity throughout, as you have allowed the stories to emerge and build on each other in the most wonderful way."
This documentary film is suitable for:
anyone who wishes to obtain information
anyone wishing to change mindsets around death and dying