A documentary about the love and strength of a South Korean couple, known as “100-year-old lovebirds” who have been married for 75 years and are facing the realities of the end of their life together.
“A celebration of very longterm marital contentment, ‘My Love, Don’t Cross That River’ portrays the blissful kinship of true soulmates in their nineties when we meet them — a juncture at which Death does not spare meeting them, either.” — Variety
When to Watch: September 11 at 9:00pm on PBS
Take Action: The film is about the unique relationship of a couple that has been married for 75 years, but they face the same struggles that many aging seniors face with health challenges and limited support or resources from family. With the looming passage of the AHCA, organizations can host a free screening of the film to highlight the problems that our seniors will face with rising costs and losing health care coverage. PBS POV’s will allow groups to borrow “My Love, Don’t Cross that River” for screenings in their community, classrooms, staff trainings, or workshops. Screenings can start September 4, 2017.
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