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“It’s absolutely terrific. A great film! I’m sitting here wiping the tears from my eyes, deeply moved by it. Everything about it is absolutely state of the art.”
—Chuck Boller, Executive Director, Hawaii International Film Festival
"Dying To Live" puts human faces behind the tragic statistic that about twenty people die every day in the U.S. waiting for a life-saving transplant organ that never comes—because too few of us are donors.
Geared to a broad general audience, the documentary follows four people for more than a year as they wait to become sick enough to reach the top of the transplant list.
It also tells the story of a woman who gives a kidney to someone she has never met, and brings one recipient face to face with the family of a deceased young man whose donation has saved her life.
Their meeting is one of many emotional highlights in these interwoven stories of remarkable people. Their moments of joy and sadness may shake you, may make you laugh or make you cry—but you will never forget them.
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