Recommended: 15 Reasons to Live

Not only do I wholeheartedly recommend this documentary film by Alan Zweig, here's a link to TVO's site so you can watch it! (Note: the site's hosting of this film may be temporary.)

It is also for sale on iTunes and GooglePlay.

You will be moved, inspired and delighted, for here, amid mostly everyday events (a car breakdown, a trip to a mall, a boat ride) are stories of human loss and triumph, of birth and death, losses and recoveries. The scale of the film is humble, the wisdom prodigious.

The film, a triumph of storytelling, is based on Ray Robertson's non-fiction book, "Why Not? Fifteen Reasons to Live".


This is such a timely recommendation for me; I'm endlessly grateful that you took the time to post about it!
materfamilias said…
I'm busy packing right now and stressing out, as one does -- or this one, at least -- but I've bookmarked this to come back to. . . thanks so much for posting it.
Suz said…
As always, you have provided the most delightful, inspirational and thought provoking post. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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