We have recently been invited to do screenings of "The Last Ecstatic Days" in Santa Fe, Mexico, Istanbul, Boston, and Washington, D.C. We are waiting to hear back from even more communities around the world. Through our impact campaign we will be participating in events, conducting discussions and workshops that carry the message of consciousness in deathcare. We need your support to make it happen!
Ethan Sisser, a young man with terminal brain cancer, sits alone in his hospital room. When he starts livestreaming his death journey on social media, thousands of people around the world join to celebrate his courage. Still, Ethan envisions more – to teach the world how to die without fear. To do that, he needs to film his death.
Honoring Ethan's wish, his doctor Aditi Sethi transports him to an idyllic house in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, North Carolina. What unfolds next is a story rarely glimpsed: how a community of strangers helps a young man die with grace.
A sensory immersion into leaving the body, "The Last Ecstatic Days" reveals a man who will not let us forget him – even after he takes his final breath.