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    10 Glorious Seconds



    a friend at church mentioned this video and even as she told me about it her tears welled up.
    It's definately a hankie job but absolutely brilliant portrayal of someone with dementia from their perspective.
    I would love one of my short stories to be made into a film!

    Click on the middle of the screen where it says it cant be played and it will redirect you to Vimeo
    The person who can laugh at themselves will never cease to be amused

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    Sarah, I saw this video at the very start of my Mum's illness. We're now at a late stage and I properly appreciate the video for the first time.

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    My goodness Sarah. What a moving film. So much of it reminded me of Bill.
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    I just cried and sent it to my kids.


    Sent from my iPad using Talking Point

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