Hold Me is an independent feature film created by a small group of friends and collaborators over five years. It was shot in between Edmonton Alberta and New York, New York on a very small budget. Many people worked for free or for next to nothing on the project. This was necessary to be able to make the film at all.
The film has since been put online for everyone to be able to view with the hope that it will reach a broader audience this way. It was created to help cultivate a deeper conversation about end of life care, grief management, compassion fatigue, doctor assisted dying, palliative care, hospice, our philosophy about death and much more.
It is up to the viewer to determine if they would like to pay for watching the film and, by doing so, help to compensate the many artists, crew members and colleagues who devoted their hard work and time to making the film a reality.
Please take the time to view the film at http://www.holdmethemovie.com and if you like it, please share and donate your ticket today.
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