Morning Town

| January 15, 2016


Morning Town

Because of a precedent setting trial, euthanasia of terminally ill patients becomes a controversial law. Maureen McCullough, a registered nurse, finds herself in the middle of the ensuing maelstrom as she was directly involved in the final passing of her beloved sister. Her friends, colleagues and the public – pro-life and pro-choice groups – all want to influence her actions. She even finds herself fighting for her own life. She is forced to take a hard look at herself and set her moral compass in the direction she believes is best for the patients who ask for her help, all while being betrayed by her closest colleague. Maureen goes on the most personal of all journeys with her patients – listening, noticing, and doing her best to respect their choices.


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