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Mortal
Changing Views on Life and Death

Mortal - Changing Views on Life and Death
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Mortal
Mortal addresses the seismic shift in how the population is now viewing life and death. Reflecting the a paradigm shift that has the enormous baby boomer population deciding how they…
Mortal Talk at NYU
Mortal addresses the seismic shift in how the population is now viewing life and death. Reflecting the a paradigm shift that has the enormous baby boomer population deciding how they…

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Jonathan

To the FilmMakers:

Thank you for making this documentary. I have found the motif of death to be a haunting one - especially as a twenty-year-old thinking "What am I doing with my life?" The documentary you all have crafted reframed my understanding of death and presence. Death simply ...Read more

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Bobby

I never had a father, so when my adopted father, my father-in-law, began to die I was somewhat overwhelmed. I had finally gotten a Dad and had a positive father-son relationship without all the baggage. It was just a positive male role model for me and now he was declining. I did what I ...Read more

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Sara

When we began filming for Mortal, I was unsure that this was a film I wanted to share with the world. It is a very intimate look at my family and us all coming to grips with the decline and eventual loss of my beloved father. However, as we began filming, other stories seemed to find us and ...Read more

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