This is a movie that will stick with you for days after. Anthony Hopkins plays an octogenarian who is dealing with dementia. The movie is adapted from the play, and directed by the playwright. This will win several awards, IMO. Anthony Hopkins was spectacular as 'Anthony', and the director helped us to really see dementia from the viewpoint of the victim.
Not a long movie, only an hour and a half. Well worth your time.
Of course I haven't (yet), but once that's done, how will I be able to prove that?
How about vaccination records for Healthcare or transportation workers?
How about first responders?
As travel between countries opens up, proof of this may be required. What agreements are in place to document this?
I have no answers, but I want to start the conversation. Hopefully, it will be picked up by folks who can really do something about it.
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