At the Hour of Our Death

Moving and true, I think. And really beautiful splatters of blood.

A film by Mark & Angela Walley, following Sarah Sudhoff.

1 Comment

  1. Anne says:

    so lovely – death is so sanitised and removed from us. I feel privileged to have had an upbringing that made death part of life experience and the comfort I have found from being able to spend time with people I love after they have died – it helped my greiving process hugely. Still scares the pants off me mind.

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