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Documentary filmmaker William Deleu lives a week at grandma's in the nursing home
TV Documentary filmmaker William Deleu lived for a previous series of a week on the street, but in his new documentary series he is a much more personal theme to it. Tonight start on One of the three-part portrait that he made of his grandmother, who suffers from an advanced form of dementia.

To all in her world to life and with the hope that their once-strong bond, went Deleu (34) a month to live in the residential care home where his grandmother resides. He sees how his grandmother was there not more successful in a structured conversation, and her grandson to recognize. What's left is still a deeply physical contact with her grandson and the songs from her childhood, which she had during the weekly zangmoment in the centre legal partnership like it is nothing.

William tries to her to penetrate to the steps in her world, despite the fact that that is so far removed from his. This results in a particularly moving, but sometimes also funny portrait about love and mortality.

'Before I forget'
One 21: 25 hours

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