Watch the New PBS Documentary “Into the Night: Portraits of Life and Death”
Need a casual weekend flick to watch with your honey? We recommend Into the Night: Portraits of Life and Death available FREE on PBS website until Tuesday, April 10th, 2018. Watch it Here!
The film produced by Director Helen Whitney, explores the various ways we think about death — not death in general, but our own in particular. It is the great unanswered question. How do we live with death in our eye? What are the stories we tell ourselves as we go into the night — or into the light? Into the Night features nine fascinating men and women from all walks of life, all ages, believers and unbelievers, well-known and obscure. For them, death is no longer an abstraction. Whether through a dire prognosis, the imminence of their own death, the loss of a loved one, a sudden epiphany, or a temperament born to question, these are people who have truly awakened to their mortality.
Watch the trailer below and go to pbs.org/program/into-night-portraits-life-death to view the documentary free until Tuesday, April 10th!
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