Learning to Live in the Present

Tue, 12/06/2011 - 11:48
Submitted by Betty Dodson

Kasia sent us a copy of her film several months ago and we were touched. She is a doctor who became a patient when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer.

Her documentary focuses on her battle to redefine her life and survive. Filmed over nine years, Outside In draws from 170 hours of footage, film clips, home movies, still photos, artwork, and clippings, enhanced by artistic elements and a highly evocative music score. Through frank discussions with her medical doctors, psychiatrist, physicist father, artist mother, schizophrenic sister, and close friends,

Kasia exposes her fears, longings, and hopes from the outside in, leaving viewers with fresh thoughts and feelings about healing, identity, and their own way of life, guided by the wisdom of Henry David Thoreau: You must live in the present, launch yourself on every wave, find your eternity in each moment.

Amazing woman.

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