A man walks down the street, carrying a package, thinking to himself what a lovely day it is —” THWACK! An air conditioner, falling from an apartment window several stories above him, comes crashing down on his head. He didn’t see it coming; neither, for that matter, do you. The passerby lies there on the pavement, sprawled out among the debris. Then a crew of people, including a lady in a bright orange coat, come and help him up. Despite the pool of “blood” behind his head, he seems a-ok, and shuffles away seemingly without a scratch. The man, a former therapist from Seattle, is named Dick Johnson. The woman in the coat is his daughter, filmmaker Kirsten Johnson. She’s the one who engineered that “air conditioner” — a styrofoam prop — to come plummeting down on his noggin. Over the next 90 minutes, Dick is going to keep dying and and Kirsten is going to keep killing him in the most creative ways. (There is even a faux funeral with friends and family.) Because the elderly Johnson, who’s suffering from dementia, may be slowly fading away for real in the near future. Until then, however, these two close-knit family… Read full this story
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