Think of your elders for your next event! Show them A DAY IN A LIFE. A wonderful comedy / drama! Tackles an array of themes like elders and bullying, love, aging, relationships, the choice of staying active, overcoming depression, the universal need for harmony, security and social contacts, family, healthcare and more.
If you were given another chance, what would you do? A DAY IN A LIFE follows five seniors who decide to turn an ordinary day into something special. Stars RICHARD BULL, better known for his recurring role as Mr. Oleson in THE LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE.
A therapist says: "They all warmly applauded at the end. They loved it." A nurse / recreation coordinator from a senior home says: "Bravo! Your movie was exactly what I was looking for! All seniors should see it"
***** (5/5) A Very Touching Movie "I took a chance and bought it, and I`m very glad I did. This movie was just beautiful and makes us remember that, no matter what age we get to be, we still are that same person we were when at a younger age. My viewpoint will never be the same after watching this movie. Excellent characters and a more than exceptional role performed by Richard Bull! I give this movie 5 stars!" By J. W. Stager Jr.
The impressive supporting cast includes Vernon Chapman, Emile Genest, Joy Coghill, Frances Bay, Norris Domingue, Jamieson Boulanger, Ann Turnbull and Shawn Pyfrom. Produced and Directed by Canadian poet JEAN MERCIER, this film will stay with you for a long long time.
The Movie Network, Bravo, Mpix, Super-Ecran, CFCF-12, CINE-POP, SUPER-CHANNEL (Canada). Global Learning Channel (Japan) BSkyB (UK), Canal Vie, TV Monté-Carlo.
5/5 ***** Inspiring
By Geraldine Fortin
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Covered so many areas of concern older people have and presented funny, witty, creative insight to handling our fears plus the inspiration things don't all have to go downhill just because we lose our youth. A bright side can be found to almost any situation. Age actually provides some advantages - wisdom, a relaxed detachment, freedom from pressures to achieve, the realization we still have gifts to offer others. This movie
was sheer enjoyable entertainment for me but after it was over I realized what a positive impact it had on my thinking.
In addition knowing Richard Bull was playing opposite his real wife of 51 years, Barbara Collentine made the film ever so special. It is easy to see why this is his most treasured role of his long and productive acting career. She sparkled in the role as only a woman truly in love can do. (Gerry Fortin)