You’re Looking at Me Like I Live Here and I Don’t

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  • About the Film

    Lee Gorewitz smiles into the camera.

    Lee Gorewitz, who has Alzheimer’s disease, struggles to remember her old identity in a world outside of her new home.

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  • From the Blog

    Nadia Shihab sprawls on a Persian rug, surrounded by synthesizers, a xylophone, and a violin

    The Inner Pulse of Alzheimer’s

    We caught up with the composer of the film’s score, Nadia Shihab, to find out how she approached putting the story to music. Her violin-based score is minimalist and melodic, incorporating repetition, delay, looping techniques, and improvisation.

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  • From the Blog

    Lee Gorewitz stands in front of a door, looking out

    Making a Film About Alzheimer’s From the Patient’s P.O.V.

    What is striking is the way the film takes Lee’s experience of a fractured reality at face value, and invites viewers to see the world from her perspective. We asked Scott how he came to the subject, and how he managed to make Lee such a relatable and lovable guide into the wilderness of dementia.

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  • Talkback

     Lee Gorewitz seated next to members of the film crew

    Do you know anyone who has struggled with Alzheimer’s disease?

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