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Review: Florence Kosky’s ‘All The World’s A Stage’ by Peter Nichols

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REVIEW: by Peter Nichols | A

Director Florence Kosky’s “All The World’s A Stage” is a film that aims to break down the stigmas surrounding suicide and mental health after the director experienced the loss of one of her friends.

A star performer loses his sense of identity, with devastating consequences for all. Watch the full film here

All The World’s A Stage is a very deeply engaging and convincing film that tells a timely message. It is poetic, it is engaging, and it is gorgeous.

Final Grade A

Florence Kosky is the director of All The World’s A Stage

Message From the Filmmakers
The film is a deeply personal project for all involved – many people who worked on this film have been personally affected by the loss of someone close to them by suicide. It is the hope of the team behind the film that people who watch it will be inspired to ask for help and hopefully take a step towards preventing anyone else from feeling such loss.

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