- THE SECOND WORLD WAR IN ALEPPO
- IT MUST BE HEAVEN (2019)
- A Really Bad Film : Se Souvenir des Belles Choses (2001)
- THE MOLE AGENT QUESTIONS
- MY FRIEND AND ALZHEIMER
- 23 WALKS (2020)
- LOVE AND DEMENTIA
- MUM AND ME – DICK JOHNSON IS DEAD
- OLD AGE AND CARE : Amour, Chronic, A Woman’s Tale
- NEW PATH : DEMENTIA IN FILMS….
Tag Archives: Agewise.
Report by Rita of the film group meeting on June 3rd. There were 8 of us at the session. General discussion Overall, the women in the group felt the film was not very enjoyable and engaging. We could see that … Continue reading
I feel privileged to have attended the interdisciplinary conference ” What is old age? New perspectives from the Humanities” organised by the University of Warwick on February 23rd. 2013 ; Two keynotes addresses and 8 panels. The only frustration was … Continue reading
I was rereading chapter 1 of Margaret Morganroth Gullette’s book AGEWISE : The Eskimo On the Ice Floe. At the back of my mind lurked vague thoughts about a film group. I decided to revisit The Ballad of Narayama which has the same theme as the Eskimo … Continue reading
I met two women of our ‘Older Women in Film Group’ who had seen Ballad of Narayama and Dendera. Both had been horrified by the first film and disappointed by the second. It is in these circumstances that I wish … Continue reading