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We are watching the real deal-not a re-enactment with actors simulating life, but life itself.
Both heartbreaking and awe-inspiring.
Painful to watch and uncomfortably intimate at times, perhaps by design, "It's Not Yet Dark" could have been very dark indeed.
This is as real a human story as it gets.
An uplifting portrait of a debilitated man driven to excel by a relentless desire to live life and love those who surround him.
A heartfelt and stirring documentary about the extraordinary love for life of Simon Fitzmaurice, an Irish writer and filmmaker stricken with a devastating ALS diagnosis but determined to never give in.
Unfortunately, it becomes very clear very quickly that the strangely condescending nature of Fenton's opening image isn't an ironic set-up for later deconstruction.
Docu about man whose love of life crushes dire prognosis.
It's Not Yet Dark is not simply a tale of optimism in the face of an uncertain future, nor just a portrait of love overcoming the odds; it is a mosaic of passion for family, friends, storytelling, and life that brings out the best in humanity.
It's Not Yet Dark is a documentary about Irish filmmaker Simon Fitzmaurice, who was diagnosed with ALS at the age of 34.
With Colin Farrell's narration adapted from the director's memoir, Frankie Fenton's documentary is powerful stuff.
Clearly a man with a restless brain, [Simon] Fitzmaurice - relying on an eye-gaze computer - also completed a memoir of his illness titled It's Not Yet Dark. Now it has become a moving, lively documentary.
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