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Living The End| 53mins
Director: Jennifer Peedom | Producer: Jennifer Peedom
Focus Years: 2010 | Country: Australia
Subject Tags: australia, consciousness, health, oceania, spiritual awareness
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
A black and white cat strolls down the quiet corridor of Sydney’s Sacred Heart Hospice. In the surrounding rooms, people lie dying. ‘Death is not something our culture does well,’ says Associative Professor Richard Chye, Sacred Heart’s Director of Palliative Care. ‘We approach dying as if it is something that doesn’t happen very often.’ For Mark, Katie and Robert it is about to happen now. As they travel towards death, startling truths emerge. In the face of death, they see life. Where they expected to find fear, some will find profound happiness. And all will discover that death is not a light that goes out, but a light that goes on.

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