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A documentary about pet loss, attachment, and the many processes by which we preserve more than our pet's memories.

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Directed by

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Amy Finkel

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Amy Finkel ... ()

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Warren Etheredge ... associate producer
Amy Finkel ... producer
Eliza Flug ... executive producer

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Tyler Sargent

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Gregg de Domenico

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Lila Place

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John Davidson ... colorist
Ara Woland ... editorial assistant

Art Department

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Lara Allen ... title paintings
Joe Infurnari ... illustrator / title designer

Sound Department

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Alex Noyes ... sound editor
Ara Woland ... assistant sound editor

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Bart Grieb ... additional photography
Jeremy Mackie ... additional photography / cinematographer: Seattle location

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Ken Tanabe ... animator

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Jim Dobson ... publicist
Clare Lyell ... production assistant
Charlie Powell ... technical advisor
Matthew Rogers ... production counsel
Ara Woland ... production assistant / technical assistant

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Illeana Douglas ... very special thanks
Warren Etheredge ... very special thanks
Clare Lyell ... special thanks
Ara Woland ... special thanks

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Plot Summary

FUREVER is a feature-length documentary that explores the dimensions of grief people experience over the loss of a pet. It examines the sociological evolution of pets in the U.S. today, particularly their position in a family unit, and how this evolution is affecting those in the veterinary profession and death care industry. With interviews of grieving pet owners, veterinarians, psychologists, sociologists, religious scholars, neuroscientists, and the many professionals who preserve a pet's body for their devastated clientele, or re-purpose a pet's cremains in unique ways (taxidermy, cloning, mummification, freeze-drying, and many more), FUREVER confronts contemporary trends, perspectives, and relevant cultural assumptions regarding attachment, religion, ritual, grief, and death, and studies the bonds that form between humans and animals, both psychological and physiological. Written by Anonymous

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Taglines The bonds that form between humans and their pets, the dimensions of grief people experience when they lose a pet, and the lengths to which they'll go to preserve more than a memory...FUREVER See more »
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  • Furever (United States)
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  • 80 min
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