Everyday Is Alzheimer's the Final: Death Becomes Us

Can we really control how we die? Are there any options in dying? These question in mind, filmmaker Yuka Sekiguchi embarks upon a journey of 'dying'.

Running Time
1 hours 12 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Yuka Sekiguchi
Writer
Yuka Sekiguchi
Country
Australia, Switzerland, UK, Japan
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Everyday Is Alzheimer's the Final: Death Becomes Us» (16)

Larry Schmidt avatar
Larry Schmidt

We loved this documentary movie!

Nicholas H. avatar
Nicholas H.

Thank you for this move !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Finally some one did it something good !!!

Charles avatar
Charles

Everyone did a fantastic job; I absolutely fell in love with the movie.

Jeffrey avatar
Jeffrey

Loved the movie. Definitely worth watching especially if you like Documentary

Donna Robinson avatar
Donna Robinson

My daughter requested this blu-ray as a gift. If you are a Yuka Sekiguchi fan, you will like this movie.

Brandon Rose avatar
Brandon Rose

Topping All Expectations!!!! Each character had their own little arc for them to develop in, this movie pulled it off with grace!

Howard Bailey avatar
Howard Bailey

this really is the most amazing real movie I have seen this year

Frank P. avatar
Frank P.

The movie is brilliantly paced, all feels fresh, new, innovative and unique! Brilliant, Funny and Innovative.

Alice W. avatar
Alice W.

When you are using real actors and not "reheated" stars alongside silly semi-amateurs, plus a script that does not self plagiarize, any movie can only be good and very good!

Carolyn J. avatar
Carolyn J.

This was a really great film. I was hesitant to see it because the leading role but I am glad I did.

Kimberly Gilbert avatar
Kimberly Gilbert

Freaking awesome… is the adjective which I choose to type the first word of this review. As I left the theater I was not only spellbound, but I was also sulking about the fact that the movie had ended.