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94 Years and 1 Nursing Home Later
49-minutes
Personal needs balanced against familial responsibilities are examined by the filmmaker, who explores the relationship between her father and grandmother.

94 Years and 1 Nursing Home Later

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94 Years and 1 Nursing Home Later

Pissed away opportunities. So many times it’s not what we said, it’s what we didn’t say. When Bella Greenberg, a lifetime master caretaker, ends up alone in a nursing home her granddaughter, a Boston filmmaker, sets out to ask some elemental questions. The fragmenting of families in an evermore rootless society, balancing personal needs against familial responsibility and most of all failed communication are examined, often with frustrating results. This powerful film speaks to all of us provoking even more questions.

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