Some say that grief is love that has nowhere to go. This film paints the image that grief is an everlasting love that’s begging to be repurposed. This feature-length documentary intimately displays a mother’s love during her dying days and her three grieving sons’ quest to honor her memory through comedy, music, and fly fishing. Using archived family home videos and present-day performance footage of the three brothers, the many forms of never-ending grief are on full display.

Director | Taylor Sharp

Producer | Holland Randolph Gallagher, Taylor Sharp