A Documentary Musical

A group of rebellious, creative Kiwi seniors give death the finger, one crazy coffin at a time
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SYNOPSIS

The Coffin Club is a truly unique community organization, bringing free-spirited seniors together to construct and personalise their own low-cost coffins. Based in small town New Zealand, with over 60 active members, this group of inspirational elderly meets once a week to rejoice in life while facing the realities of death.

Each coffin is decorated by hand to reflect the lives of their makers, and costs a mere $250 to make a much cheaper option than commercial coffins which starts at $2,000. The club not only offers the chance for seniors to save money, but to gain control over their own funerals, socialise and form strong friendships along the way.

Told completely through music and dance, this warm and humorous short documentary/ musical takes viewers into a lively community of senioir who live life, as if each breath was their last.

FILM MAKERS

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