English Subtitles • 13m
Kathleen is a hairdresser. Always has been, always will be. Even at 83 she is still doing hair, just not in the way you would expect. Kathleen's work is special—for the last 31 years, she has done the hair of the terminally ill in palliative care. In this short, poetic documentary, Kathleen reflects on her experience as we bear witness to her unusual and meaningful work.
Director & Producer: Lorraine Price
Quebec | 13 min
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