Susan Brown is dying, but her story is not one of suffering and despair. Rather, it is a celebration of what matters most in life: love and friendship. John Henry doesn't know how he's going to help Susan, but he knows one thing for sure: he will be there for his friend. Katy, Susan's estranged daughter, finds herself drawn to her dying mother in spite of the rift that has separated them for years, realizing her need to connect with her even as she slips away. Their story is a testament to the warmth of the human soul in the face of impending darkness, and proof that death signals not only endings, but beginnings as well.
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March 08, 2006
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