- Duration: 52'
- Genre: PEOPLE
- Resolution: HD
- Year: 2019
Suicide is a growing social
problem. At the same time, it is a taboo people would rather not talk about.
The film Don’t Let Me Go tells stories of five people who have attempted
suicide or whose loved ones wanted to take their own life: a rapper, a waiter,
an emigrant from Ukraine, a kickboxer from an orphanage and a ballet school
student. The reasons behind their suicide attempts are different, but what they
have in common is the reason why they decided to live: they found the meaning
of life. For some of them, it is faith, for others, it is the intervention of
loving people and doctors. A Catholic priest and a doctor of psychiatry provide
their own opinion regarding the problem of suicide in the context of
spirituality and modern medicine.
- Directed by: Dariusz Kuciewicz
- Written by: Dariusz Kuciewicz