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The Alzheimer's Documentary You Should Own


I wanted to take a minute to introduce you to my most recent

You're Looking At Me Like I Live Here And I Don't - , which aired nationally on PBS's Emmy-award winning Independent Lens
series - to critical acclaim - from film critics, academics, and medical professionals, is the
first documentary told from the perspective of a woman with
Alzheimer's disease, and the first filmed entirely in an Alzheimer's
& Other Dementia Unit.

Since its broadcast, You're Looking At Me - has been purchased - and screened - by universities, libraries and caregivers across the United States,
Canada, England, New Zealand, and Australia, and has been
incorporated into courses in diverse research fields such as
Neuroscience, Neurology, Gerontology, Psychiatry, Psychology, Social
Work, Nursing, American Studies, Jewish Studies, Documentary and Film
Studies. And, both Video Librarian - and Educational Media Reviews Online - "highly recommended" the documentary in their reviews - . -

"This riveting film grabbed my attention immediately and held it
through the final scene. When it ended I felt sad -- not because of
the subject matter but because I wanted to spend more time with this
unique and endearing woman with whom I'd fallen in love. I missed
her, so I turned around and watched the entire movie again." - Marie
Marley - , Huffington Post


Please consider purchasing - a copy of You're Looking At Me - , and connecting with us on Facebook - and Twitter - to find updates and news regarding Alzheimer's awareness, outreach
opportunities, and screening events.

All my best,

Scott Kirschenbaum
Director/Producer -

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