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About the Filmmaker

Mick has worked in TV and film in both New Zealand and the UK for almost 20 years. His recent work includes two short documentaries currently playing at film festivals. He loves using film to tell stories with a heartbeat. Brett’s background is in acting and music. Brett has played many roles on both stage and screen including Sir David Frost in the UK Telefeature about Peter Cook, Not Only, But Always.

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Take an inventory of your most meaningful memories

  • As we all are destined to suffer some memory loss if we are lucky enough to live long enough, what can we do to prepare and face our diminished future selves? One possible answer: document the memories that are most important to you now. Write out a list of memories that you feel are the most meaningful and relevant to the person you are today.
  • Over the next few days, take the time to fill in as much of the details of each memory as you can. Then, plan to revisit the list over the coming months and years to add other memories and experiences.

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  1. Anonymous

    Very sad although funny at times.

  2. marydoumin

    So TRUE! Loving nurse to have that much patience! For the compassion and love of elderly!


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