From the moment Tosh refuses to fill in his assessment form and serenades us with a remarkably good Sinatra song, this documentary grabs life through song.
Six hospice patients allow us into tender, vulnerable and funny moments of their lives. Singing unlocks the patients’ pasts, guides their dreams and their futures. A passionate and touching film about uncertainty, about the future that faces all of us, with a score by Mark Orton.
“Just as it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a community to help face your own mortality, making the process of dying itself safe, individual, and as gentle as possible.” – Director Amy Hardie
This film received support from the Bertha Film Fund and the Bertha / Doc Society Connect Fund.