The Berkeley Film Foundation presents Life Interrupted: Telling Breast Cancer Stories, a new film by award-winning filmmaker and two-time breast cancer survivor Paula Mozen.
This intimate film features personal stories of several survivors including the filkmmaker herself. These women are confronting a life-altering diagnosis and refuse to step down. They respond to their disease process and the rebuilding of their lives with honesty, dignity, humor and grace.
Life interrupted is notable for its unflinching view of the scary process of diagnosis and treatment while giving useful insights into the emotional and physical aspects of the disease. Individual circumstances are unique and yet, hearing stories from articulate women who have traveled this road before is invaluable for navigating the treatments and keeping hope alive.
Life interrputed empowers individuals to get educated, get tested and for survivors and the newly diagnosed to advocate for themselves and their unique situation.