GREECE, 16min, Canada, Drama
Directed by Sarah Deakins
On a rainy afternoon in a British nursing home, a woman struggles to make a last connection with her seemingly catatonic mother.
“A tribute to the complicated relationships between parents and children with moving dialogue and expressions…A deeply personal journey with beautiful cinematography.”
– Best Shorts Competition
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Movie Review by Amanda Lomonaco:
This film hits near and dear to my heart. With many family members who have suffered from Alzheimer’s and dementia, I am all too familiar with the struggles and frustrations the disease can cause on victims, family members, and caretakers alike. Sarah Deakins has done a fantastic job in portraying these struggles through an incredibly simple, yet equally powerful screenplay.
I suppose my personal experience with this illness creates an obvious bias towards this film, but it wasn’t…
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