Joy, A Short Film On The Memory Of A Faded Mind

By April 7, 2016 April 20th, 2017 Current
This short film by British filmmaker Bart Frank aims to celebrate the life of his Grandmother, Joy, while giving a personal window into the horrors of Alzheimer’s disease.

By Melissa Chan

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Memory of a faded mind: a daughter explores her mother’s life and declining health.
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This short documentary film relives the life of Joy, a beautiful English mother.
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Narrated by the delightfully soft voice of her eldest daughter (Jude), the waves of emotion carry you through her story.
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“No one should ever forget what a wonderful woman Joy was.”

 

Watch the incredibly beautiful short film here:

In Memory of Joyce Miriam Frank | 1930 – 2016



to see more of bart frank’s work, visit objekt.co.uk or follow them on twitterRead more on Bart’s personal journey in producing his short film, Joy, here.

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