A film on persons at end-of-life: a real record of their last expressions

The original article is written in Chinese by the Shanghai Hand in Hand Care Developing Centre

At the quiet and grim second floor of the hospital where they filmed, the director and videographer were acutely aware that the scenes they captured may be the last records of the patients’ lives. He also pointed out the his videographer that they may well be in the same circumstances in 50 years, looking back that the folly in their youth or the joy of pursuing fame and fortune.

Read the full article here. Please note that the article is written in Chinese.


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Published on: 18 September, 2017 | Last modified: 18 September, 2017