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Film Review - Alive Inside


The power of music has always been a very real, authentic force unique to the human experience. But what if that art form could do more than just entertain? The documentary “Alive Inside” takes a look at a special movement developing at nursing homes across America that connects those with mental health issues with iPods, gifting them a personalized playlist that has the influence to burst through paralyzing issues with memory and psychological balance. Investigating not only the program’s struggles to make music therapy the norm, but the soulful lift of the aural event, “Alive Inside” delivers significant emotion with a uneasy topic, finding a rich sense of hope in the seemingly hopeless inevitability of aging. Read the rest at


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