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Tell Me Goodbye

Feature Film Documentary

Sci-Fi/Drama Feature Film

Format/Genre: 75' Feature Documentary

Target: Young Adults/Adults

Status: Production

Highlight: The project won a fund for its production (Edital SEDAC n° 01/2022 FAC Filma RS) from a governmental initiative to support the film industry in the state of Rio Grande do Sul/Brazil 

Sci-Fi/Drama Feature Film

Launch Year: TBA

Looking for: Broadcasters, Financing and Strategic Partnerships

Rights Available: All available, Worldwide (all languages)

Sci-Fi/Drama Feature Film

Co-production: Lazuli Filmes and Druzina Content

Director / Screenwriter: Nahara Rech Alves

Executive Producer / Screenwriter: Amanda Ruano

Executive ProducerLuciana Druzina

Country: Brazil

A documentary that takes the subject of death as its theme, but from the point of view of life. If death is an immutable fact, why not face it more naturally?

To demystify this taboo, the project uses the perspective of palliative care, the practice of humane and compassionate care for patients with terminal illnesses, so that they can live as comfortably as possible. Throughout the plot, however, it will be possible to understand that palliative care can (and should) be applied not only to patients who are in their last days, but also to all of us as a standard, breaking with the logic of "remediate" and prioritizing "prevention".


By following the reports and the routine of professionals who work directly with palliative care, along with an anthropological and philosophical study on the subject "death" from the point of view of ordinary people, we raise the debate: why do we avoid talking about the only part of life we are absolutely sure we can't avoid? Why do we ignore a culture of prevention, opting instead for a culture of desperately trying to reverse the irreversible?

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