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A movie like this is a real gift, in that you get to see a powerful, strong-willed woman stand up to her diagnosis of ovarian cancer and stare down the two year death sentence that came with the diagnosis. I believe many women with a similar diagnosis, or life situation, will take heart from Kascia Clark's journey, and feel empowered to take themselves to a higher level of response to their disease as a result of watching "Outside In". A must-see for anyone facing an unclimbable mountain in their lives.
As a stage IV ovarian cancer fighter, I was inspired by her courage and love of life! Thank you Dr. Clark for your art of film making. I too feel like living every moment and filling my life with new experiences. The movie has made me feel that I am not the only one feeling this way. It is an attempt to live my life as fully as I can in every moment for as long as I have left! I wasn't doing that before. This film was wonderful!!!
This beautifully made film tells the story of the fight against cancer in a newly accessible and deeply moving fashion. The determination shown by the protagonist is inspiring; she faces her new reality with glittering courage and determination. The film is compelling, eloquent, and valuable.
WBUR, Boston's NPR news station, held a screening of "Outside In" and a panel discussion, and the audience of about 100 people raved about it afterward. Audience members said they were tremendously moved by its courage and honesty, and the skill with which a very difficult story was told. WBUR's health blog, CommonHealth, also featured "Outside In" as a work of art that captures the patient experience as few others have done. Highly recommended, and not just for those with a connection to cancer.