I Am Dying (2015) Rated TV-14

A documentary follows the last days of 32-year-old Renee Heidtman. We see her family and friends help care for her and come to terms with Renee’s impending death. Starring Renee Heidtman.

This documentary is an intimate look at Renee’s last few months. At first, it is questionable about this intimate look at life, but it is a fact of life that we all die. It’s also one of the most taboo subjects that people don’t want to talk about, and they often don’t know what to say. This is a realistic look at how dying can be. Every death is a different story, and every caregiver has a different story. I think it was great that Renee got to choose where she dies. Not everyone gets to choose that. This film is worth a watch.

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