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From Music Into Silence

CTC Documentary

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Synopsis

“From Music into Silence” documentary is the story of a man who changed his life to offer peace and calmness to people.

For the last 23 years, Peter Roberts has the most unusual job in Australia. He is the only Australian Music Thanatologist. He plays the harp for people who are facing their last moments of life. Peter’s focus is on the dying process and he helps people to die in peace when often everyone wants them to stay. With the spirit of the Persian poet “Rumi” running through his veins; Peter has one last task to do before he retires.

Running Time 1hr 15m
Rating CTC | Not yet classified
Cast Peter Roberts
Director Farshid Akhlaghi

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