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“Broken Memories” Movie Release

Alissa Sauer
By Alissa SauerNovember 22, 2017

A romantic drama, “Broken Memories” showcases a son’s struggle with his father who has Alzheimer’s disease and the beautiful and mysterious caregiver who has a past of her own.

"Broken Memories" Movie Release
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Learn more about the movie and how it is raising awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s.

Award-Winning “Broken Memories” Film Honors Alzheimer’s Caregivers

Broken Memories,” a film directed by Michael Worth and starring Ivan Sergei, Rance Howard, Kelly Greyson and Cerina Vincent, features a son who has trouble caring for his father who has Alzheimer’s.

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Levi is a son who is estranged from his family and decides to put his turbulent past behind him, moving home to care for his father, Jasper. “Committed to preserving his fathers independence and dignity, Levi sets aside their issues and runs the family farm with seemingly little help from his sister, Sara,” the film states.

Unfortunately, his father wanders too many times, so Levi resigns to hire a beautiful and mysterious caregiver who comes with a past of her own. “Her patience and warmth begins to rebuild the bridge between father and son as the old house begins to resemble a home once again. Unfortunately, Maggie has her own turbulent past that eventually catches up with her and changes everything.”

 

Ways Caregivers Can Watch “Broken Memories”

The sometimes funny and sometimes heart-wrenching movie strives to give a realistic look into what it’s like to love someone living with Alzheimer’s. Producer Kassi Crews says,

“There are over 5.5 million people in the U.S. with Alzheimer’s. “Broken Memories” is, in part, a love letter of appreciation to anyone who is a caregiver.”

This award-winning film was recently released for streaming on:

Have you watched the “Broken Memories” film? What were your opinions on the movie? We’d like to hear your thoughts in the comments below.

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