Read our in-depth interview with grief companion Romy Arndt to find out about this pertinent profession for our times and her unique perspective on the on-going corona virus crisis.
“I’ve become desperate to simply go about my life without needing an explanation, to be fine realizing it’s impossible to know what’s next.”
“Amanda Palmer’s Leipzig performance felt as if she was talking with you… as a close friend [not] just about her life, but women’s lives in general, channeled into the context of the highly charged and confusing sociopolitical climate we live in today.”
A Leipzig-based Lithuanian viewer ponders the film: “[Animus Animalis] was very powerful and had a great variety of natural beauty in it. But some of its parts were truly irksome to watch or even think about.”
A whirlwind year ripped Becky and Craig Markovitz away from “dreaming up travel adventures” in Leipzig to encountering the deepest love and loss back in the US – that of their child. Now, as a tribute to their son, they’re turning their tragedy and grief into a place where other children can dream up their own adventures.
The clock is inexorable. What (random) memories do we keep?