The Parlor: The Final Goodbye

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      Kanin Chen
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      Despite the dominance of professional funeral services, families in most states are entitled to care for their own dead. Rejecting the mainstream tradition of hiring funeral professionals to care for the deceased, families in search of a more personal and fulfilling way to say goodbye are taking an active role in caring for relatives who have died.

      Both a critical look at the American relationship with death and an inquiry into the home death care movement, In The Parlor: The Final Goodbye takes viewers on a journey where very few have gone, and challenges us to reflect on this uncomfortable subject, which so often is hidden away and ignored.

      http://intheparlordoc.com/

      https://www.facebook.com/InTheParlorDocumentary/

      Trailer: http://intheparlordoc.com/?page_id=190

      Char Barrett, with A Sacred Moment, who spoke at our screening of “A Will For the Woods”, has offered to join for a screening.

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