The film follows three women during their last month at a hospice. Through them we gain an insight of what it means to be close to death.
We hear about their last dreams and wishes, and we are there when they find the courage to say “I’m sorry” or “I love you”.
The film is an honest portrait, and the camera keeps rolling even when conditions are tough.
LAST DREAMS is a heart-breaking story, yet calming, humorous and hopeful. It illustrates in an intimate and honest manner, how a hospice can bring joy and consolation and allow people to end their lives in a in a dignified and peaceful way.
The film shows the joy and the sadness in the last days of the three women, and leaves the audience both smiling and crying.