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Terminally ill patients in Israel are given the option to die in their own homes rather than in a hospital. They are also eligible for a state-funded home hospice team – doctor, nurse and social worker. Providing physical and mental support, the team assists the patients in parting from what is here and arriving there. They are experienced with death, having witnessed it dozens of times. They choose confronting death as a way of life and have an established protocol for how one should die. Still, every home they enter is a new story and a new challenge.


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Running Time: 61 min.
Subject(s): Anthropology, Family, Health, Human Rights, Jewish Studies, Society, Women
Language(s): Hebrew
Subtitles: English
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Producer(s): Lee Yardeny Buchris, Aviram Buchris
Cinematographer: Neta Shoshani, David see all »
Editor(s): Oded Tabak

Festival & Awards

  • Jerusalem International Film Festival - 2016

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