Tomorrow Never Knows
A documentary film by Adam Sekuler,
produced by Darci Meyers
"...one of the greatest films about death I've ever seen - it's a triumph of empathy, a tour de force of emotion, and perhaps even more monumentally, a prime example of cinema of ontological examination."
Tomorrow Never Knows, first screened at the BFI Flare: London LGBTQ+ Film Festival in March of 2018, is a film about love, choice and ultimately dying. It is a sensitive look into the life and death of Shar Jones, a transgender person living with early onset Alzheimer's Disease, and the difficult choice he and his wife Cynthia Vitale faced. At its core it's a love story, but one with profound implications for increasing awareness about choice in living and in dying.
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