In New Jersey, the Good Grief community focuses on a holistic way of dealing with grief, where children can give in to rage in ‘the volcano room,' and say goodbye to a dying teddy bear patient in ‘the hospital room.'
Over the course of a year, we follow the weekly meetings and get close to Kimmy, Nicky, Peter, Nora, Nolan, and Mikayla and their close companion: grief. It is sometimes heartbreaking, but also humorous, to experience the questions about life and death through their open and curious minds.
Grief is high and heavy as a mountain, but it helps you understand what has happened, and that death is irreversible.
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Ben Schwartz and Matt Burke (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Katrine A. Sahlstrøm
Good Company Pictures
Submarine Entertainment/Submarine Deluxe