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What happens when a group of retired actors, dancers, and musicians now residing at the Lillian Booth Actors Home find themselves experiencing both the pain and exhilaration of re-immersion in their life's work - amidst the challenges of aging?

Added 02/08/2018

Terra Nova Films 2014 94.0 minutes

There is a Place

This inspiring new film takes us to a place...a place where the healing power of music transcends Alzheimer's loneliness, and confusion to usher in a sense of happiness and belonging.

Added 02/08/2018

Terra Nova Films 2016 17.0 minutes

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