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Greenlit: My Last Summer, Channel 4

My Last Summer w/t (4  x 60′) – Series that brings together a group of five strangers who are terminally ill and have been told they are dying. The group will meet regularly at a residential manor house in the Cotswolds to help support one another through the final stages of their life while they contemplate the reality of their own death.

Putting the group all together in the same house will provide them with the opportunity to confront their hopes, fears and regrets and share what thoughts they have on their funerals, legacy and afterlife. They will also get the chance to meet one another’s close friends and families to discuss and understand how death affects those that are left behind. With guidance and support from some of the country’s leading charities, the Dying Matters Coalition and Marie Curie, Channel 4 hopes this thought-provoking series will challenge the subject of death in a responsible way and tackle the difficult issue both openly and honestly.

Death affects everyone and often in different ways yet it is not a subject we find easy to talk about. Taboos around death can leave us poorly prepared for the loss of those we love and even for our own mortality This series . explores society’s emotional, cultural and spiritual attitudes around dying and how we face and cope with death in 21st century Britain as well as the practicalities of dealing with a death.

Channel: Channel 4

Producer: Love Productions


Source: Channel 4 press release


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