A grieving father reaches the end of his rope while asking the question “how do you live when your life is over?”.
Grief is “a thought-provoking look at depression” – Ryan’s Movie Reviews that addresses issues surrounding parental suicide.
After the sudden loss of his young son, Kyle Harden tortures himself day-after-day by returning to his once happy home where he, his wife, and son all lived. Today he will end the suffering. Today he will be reunited with his son. Today will prove to be the hardest day of Kyle Harden’s life as he comes face-to-face with his inner demons in an effort to ‘pull the trigger’ as he slips further and further into a psychological wormhole of love, loss, and self-exploration to answer the real question – “Do I deserve to live?
Starring Kevin Renwick (Win Win and who also wrote and directed the film), Jackie Moore (Pernicious), Sean Russel Herman (SPF-18) and Ken Gamble (Sorry To Bother You), Grief is an independent initiative that explores the tragedy of the loss of a child by a parent, and delves into the psychological impact of such loss.
2017 / 81 Minutes / Color / English / A film by Chris Mammarelli and Kevin Renwick
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