A compelling new documentary... both uplifting and heartbreaking.
The doc follows these insanely hardworking and dedicated people from their homes, to the stage and to the patients they care for.
The raw, emotional film by Emmy award-winner Andrea Kalin brings the statistics to life by featuring women of all ages battling GYN cancers.
Through their music and the film, the six surgeons are raising awareness about the five major gynecologic cancers…The thought-provoking film… is fueling grassroots advocacy, while spreading the word about women’s crucial healthcare needs.
Gripping, heartbreaking, and ultimately uplifting.
It’s hard not to like this band.
The documentary… captures how it all began. Several women’s stories highlight the urgency in treatment and challenges of finding early detection tools and treatment.
An inspiring and humorous new documentary.
The film is SPECTACULAR - the audience GOT IT. Congratulations on your masterpiece!
Wow. I loved the pace of the story. I loved the way the women’s stories were knitted together with the doctors, and while making a powerful reality very clear, was not so gut-punching that it obliterated who all of these people are. I felt motivated rather than frightened. I can’t wait until all these people see it and go off into the world to carry the message.
The film was thought provoking without being didactic, touching, but not sentimental, true, yet hopeful. These doctors/rockers are heroes!
Can’t find the words to tell you how moved I am and how thankful I am about N.E.D. the movie. I and everyone in the theatre tonight were thankful for this amazing work of art! You nailed the whole experience on the head. I just want to watch it over and over!! It was this beautiful mixture of humor and raw emotion! I felt so connected to everyone in the film, and the stories you chose hit on all the issues so well.
It was an awesome film. I am so glad I saw it. I can’t wait to go to my next GYN appointment and start asking questions!!! And I am now inspired to get to the gym so I can look like Dr. Hope.
Thank you so much for doing this movie and being a voice for GYN cancers.