A Letter to My Mother, from My Mother
Documentary • Documentary
A month since his mother’s passing director Keith Nixon has learned to cherish the memories, appreciate the time they had, & cling to what she left.
'On what would have been her fifty-second birthday, I hope to further her legacy by giving you a piece of her. My father made me the man I am. My mother made me the human I am It is only fitting that I share her in a way that is humanizing & transparent'.
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