A Love That Never Dies
Duration: 75 mins
Directors: Jane Harris, Jimmy Edmonds
How do we grieve? Why do we grieve? And why are we afraid of those that do grieve?
A Love That Never Dies is a personal journey by two bereaved parents Jane Harris and Jimmy Edmonds. Their son died in a road accident in Vietnam five years ago and they now honour him with their own road trip across the USA. On the way they meet with other families who have also lost a child.
“It’s about not shying away from grief, of not letting go but of continuing the bond with the deceased and finding rewards where we expected none.” Jane Harris
Grief is the form love takes when somebody dies. A Love That Never Dies gives a voice to that grief.
“This film will change the way we see grief” Scarlett Lewis (bereaved mother of Sandy Hook victim)
“Powerful and important stories” Dr Katherine Shear (Centre for Complicated Grief)
“Essential viewing for anyone trying to rebuild their lives after tragedy” Prof Robert Neimeyer (Dept Psychology University of Memphis)
A Love That Never Dies is a Beyond Goodbye Media Production in association with The Good Grief Project, a new charity dedicated to an understanding of grief as an active and creative state of being.
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