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by Emma Davie, Morag McKinnon


Breathing is about the thin space between life and death. 34-year-old Neil Platt plans his own funeral, muses about the meaning of life and the impossibility of terminating a mobile phone contract. With 5 months left to live, and paralyzed from the neck down by Motor Neurone Disease, he ponders how to communicate about his life in a letter for his baby son. How can he anticipate what he might want to know about his father in a future he can only imagine?

original title: I Am Breathing
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: DR TV International Sales
year: 2013
genre: documentary
directed by: Emma Davie, Morag McKinnon
film run: 72'
release date: UK 21/06/2013
cinematography by: Emma Davie
film editing: Peter Winther
music: Kieran Hebden, Jim Sutherland
producer: Sonja Henrici
co-producer: Sigrid Jonsson Dyekjær
production: 104 Films
distributor: Scottish Documentary Institute
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