film and visual cultures, japanese, Uncategorized

Screening “Everyday Is Alzheimer’s” by Ms Yuka Sekiguchi


Yuka Sekiguchi and her mother, Hiroko, NY Gals Films, 2018

As the title suggests, the film deals with very important issues such as health and well-being, aged care, palliative care, and assisted dying. Despite the sensitive nature of the topic, the film takes a humorous approach and is currently being screened in various cities in Japan with a very warm reception and media exposure.

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