This documentary has it all...The narrator's battle with epithelioid sarcoma takes us through the emotional gamut. You will laugh, you will cringe, you will be angry, and mostly, you will cry a lot. But in the end you will feel as if you have been there with him and his family and experienced the terror of a terminal illness and also the overwhelming joy of keeping a positive attitude through it all.
Some may not like the monotone of the narrator (Josh Isaac), but the tone resonates with the melancholy ambiance that Seattle (gloomy at times), can bring. But the underlying chords of hope and fulfillment of family life and living each day to the fullest, comes across with richness and vitality.
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