This is a documentary about a music programme for dementia patients in the US. I managed to catch it during a one-day release at Picturehouses. I actually have a headache from crying now. It's really astounding that a US physician can prescribe $1000 worth of anti-psychotics but not an iPod playlist for $40. The transformation was amazing. People's faces lit up, they laughed, cried, clapped, sang, danced and remembered... And all with a little music. I don't know how the US and UK system differ in this respect. I would say music therapy for dementia patients is recognised here and Singing for the Brain by the Alzheimer's Society is incredibly popular. I doubt that every care home resident has access to an iPod though! If you didn't manage to catch this one-day release, the whole thing is on YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2kTJa7duW-Q 94 year old Henry will bowl you over.