North by Northwest | Dec 22, 2012 | 15:39

A Callanish Christmas - When Grief Comes for the Holidays

Pamela Post brings us a touching documentary about two people experiencing the grief of the loss of a spouse this Christmas, and the community called 'Callanish' that is supporting them.

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