Anna Camp Heads Home in Terminal Illness Film 'Here Awhile' Trailer

April 29, 2020
Source: YouTube

Here Awhile Trailer

"This is really hard for me… and I need your support." 1091 Media has unveiled the official trailer for an indie drama titled Here Awhile, which is arriving on VOD in June after originally premiering last fall. The film stars actress Anna Camp as Anna, a terminally ill woman who returns to Oregon to reconnect with her estranged brother while simultaneously making the heart-wrenching choice to end her life – putting to use the unique "Death with Dignity Act" in Oregon. The cast includes Steven Strait as her brother, along with Joe Lo Truglio, Chloe Mason, Kristin Taylor, Reza Leal-Smartt, and Dana Millican. This isn't the first film about assisted suicide - there's Million Dollar Baby and The Sea Inside, along with Me Before You and the doc How to Die in Oregon. It's a tough topic to even talk about, not to mention make a film about, that always brings out intense emotions from everyone. This film looks like they handle it with compassion.

Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Tim True's Here Awhile, direct from 1091's YouTube:

Here Awhile Poster

Terminally ill Anna (Anna Camp) returns to Portland, Oregon after 15 years to reconnect with her long estranged younger brother Michael (Steven Strait). She reveals to Michael that she plans to end her life utilizing Oregon's unique Death with Dignity Act. Michael’s girlfriend, Shonda, and Michael’s brilliant, quirky neighbor, Gary (Joe Lo Truglio), and Anna's partner, Luisa, all understand and are supportive of her difficult, heart-wrenching decision. Here Awhile, with the working title Anna, is directed by American actor / filmmaker Tim True, making his directorial debut with this film. The screenplay is written by Csaba Mera and Tim True. This originally premiered at a film festival last fall. 1091 Media will release Tim True's Here Awhile direct-to-VOD starting on June 9th coming soon this summer. Who's interested in watching?

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I've always liked's nice to see her play a character with real substance. A very important topic that in a rational world would not be so divisive.

kitano0 on Apr 29, 2020


That's an interesting (and scary) idea for a sf story ...

shiboleth on Apr 29, 2020


'A very important topic that in a rational world would not be so divisive.' Very well said, kitanoO. Human beings are so terrified of death that they don't want another to even have the right to die if they are terminal and suffering greatly. It's just fear...big time fear of death. Ernest Becker wrote a great book and won the Pulitzer Prize for The Denial of Death in 1974. Great book about this whole fear of death humans have.

thespiritbo on Apr 29, 2020


Well, on a lighter note... "I am not afraid of death. I just don't want to be there when it happens." -Woody Allen

kitano0 on Apr 29, 2020


It's about the performances. Story not so much. And the performances look so so ...

shiboleth on Apr 29, 2020

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