Film Playing This Weekend Looks at End-of-Life Issues

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Thursday, September 13th
Care-giving for a dying parent can be a challenging, emotional experience.

Filmmaker Mike Kravinsky watched his 100-year-old father take his last breath and calls it one of the most profound experiences of his life.

His latest film, "Nothing To Do," explores a family's handling of a similar experience. It's showing this Saturday as part of the 8th annual Legacy Film Festival on Aging at the New People Cinema in San Francisco.

KCBS News anchor Rebecca Corral spoke with Mike Kravinsky about his film.