Why Must our Elderly Die Alone? (1977)

16 Mar
Director  Bill Maddron
Producer  Bill Maddron
Contributors
Length  29 Minutes
B&W/Color  Color
UO Library Catalog description:   This film suggests how and why we must regain some of the age-old meaning and richness of the experience of dying. Intended for health care professionals, the dying, and their families and friends
Call # Film Mc246
Genre
Rare  Yes
Online  No
Copyright status  Protected?
Physical condition  Fair (faded, some acid detection)
Oregon-related  Yes

Notes:

Retired local printer Bill Maddron learned and began to share his work in film through the University and other local resources. He is concerned with the changing attitudes towards death and aging in society. Here’s  a Register Guard article from ’78.

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