We shall all die, just as we where born, sikh or not, a canadian family drama, about the family guru walking his last steps towards eternity, mended and taken care for by the black fowl of the family through seven long years, and pushed and plagued in a heartful and felt comedy, when the rest of the scavanger siblings and family comes to share the leftovers when death comes about.
A well acted, good casted and solid filmproduct if you care or feels curious for love, life and the eternal death issues that rules a family when the result of a life shall be accounted for, and inheritance split splatt or spread like the ashes into the river rubicon.
An atmosphere that us old grumpy ones may feel familiar, even me , and may be a nice curricular movie for all them making their testament etc. Etc.. so a recommend on this one.
Action / Drama
Action / Drama
An exhausted author single-handedly balances writing a novel, with 24/7 caregiving for her terminally ill parent all while her older siblings offer only misguided opinions, a complete lack of understanding & zero actual help. An exceptional tale of how allowing others' chosen beliefs to interfere can rob oneself of living a full & joy filled life. Completely relatable no matter what tribe you are, which religion you believe in or where you live. They share the tragedy of daily life experiences, when a relative is terminal & everybody's "busy" lives are interrupted by death of the patriarch. Enjoyable movie on a difficult topic: relatives.
May 10, 2022 at 06:05 AM