When you think about the end of life, which do you fear most: death itself, or debilitation? Burdening your family, or being alone? In What Time Is Left, filmmaker Dakin Henderson brings us into the emotional transformation of his extended family as his two grandmothers navigate their mid-80s. Grandma Polly is in an advanced stage of dementia. Grandma Deedee is sharp-witted and determined to die with dignity. As his grandmothers' children weigh the value and consequences of an incapacitated life, the filmmaker unexpectedly finds himself in the emergency room after a life-threatening crisis--forcing him, and us, to face our deepest fears around aging and the end of life.