For thirty-three-year-old Nicole Tupper, terminal cancer wasn’t a life sentence, it was an unexpected gift.
A young woman in hospice care strives to maintain her philosophy of positivity and self-empowerment during her final months of life. An intimate portrait of life's ebb and flow, this award winning, observational documentary embeds the viewer on an uplifting and inspiring end-of-life journey, and begs the question: What does it mean to be truly alive?
“ miraculously uplifts the soul with a disarming simplicity.”
“strong - sad - powerful - honest - prophetic - insightful - raw - elegant.”
“one of the most powerful testimonies to love and loss in the face of terminal illness.”
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Culver City Film Festival
Grand Prize - Best Documentary Feature
Highland Park Independent