Presented by PAVED Arts and Canadian Film Day
Wednesday April 29th 7:00PM
Frances Morrison Library
About the Film:
Inspired by author Ray Robertson’s book “Why Not: Fifteen Reasons To Live,” filmmaker Alan Zweig embarks on a personal journey to find out what makes life worth living. Featuring 15 short stories that represent Zweig’s unique interpretation of reasons to live, the film “15 Reasons To Live” is a thoughtful and searching examination on the nature of human happiness, and the profound events in life that can unexpectedly change the course of a person’s destiny.
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