Nine to Ninety

Premiered January 2016

A story of a family at a crossroads, "Nine to Ninety" is an intimate portrait of three generations coming together to face the questions and consequences of aging. 89-year-old Phyllis challenges taboos of talking about death as she makes a surprising decision about end-of-life care, provoking critical questions about how to grow old with dignity.

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About the Show

A story of a family at a crossroads, "Nine to Ninety" is an intimate portrait of three generations coming together to face the questions and consequences of aging. The heart of the film is the love story of Phyllis and Joe Sabatini, who, at ages 89 and 90, live in the home of their daughter and son-in-law, where they relish time with their granddaughter, Jacqueline.

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