Terminal Stage (2020)
Directed by Ilona Gaal and Balázs Wizner, 30 mins
Is it possible or appropriate to laugh next to someone’s deathbed? Can we be angry at the dying? How can the dignity of life be preserved, even at the very end?
In Terminal Stage we follow the final three days of sixty-four-year-old Tamás, who has Stage 4 cancer. Calmly and openly our protagonist and his family confront the end of life.
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The discussion after the screening was moderated by Global Health Film Advisory Board member Christo Hird. Christo was joined by Terminal Stage co-director Ilona Gaal, Live Till I Die co-director Åsa Ekman, and Ruth Driscoll, Head of Policy and Public Affairs England, Marie Curie.
Highlights from the discussion are below.
Global Health Film members can access the full 43-minute discussion and our Terminal Stage / Live Till I Die resource pack of additional reading in the members' area of the website.