Now there are those times when death can be expected. For example if someone in your family has had a long illness or you have a grandparent who has lived a long life, but what happens when it is not expected. What happens when you have gone about your day and you receive that dreaded call that literally changes your life?
The Sublime and Beautiful is wonderfully directed by Blake Robbins. As the story unfolds the audience has the opportunity to ask themselves the hard questions of what they would do if they were faced with such a heartbreaking truth. The film is dark, haunting and a little melancholy, but very well acted and keeps you interested in finding out more about the characters.
For 2014, the Sublime and Beautiful was chosen as one of the 10 films to see at Slamdance Film Festival. In addition, the film has screened at Cleveland Film Festival, Atlanta Film Festival, Charleston Film Festival, Kansas City Film Festival and the Newport Beach Film Festival. The film will also be screening at Milan International Film Festival – May 8th through 18th, Cinetopia International Film Festival – June 4th through 8th,Waterfront Festival – June 12th through 15th and Free State Film Festival – June 25th through 29th
For more information on the film visit their IMDB Page or website.to see when the film can be seen in a city near you. You can also find out more on Twitter and Facebook. This film is sure to open to the door to massive conversations about death and coping afterwards which is a universal theme we all have to deal with no matter what our background.