One Last Goodbye, is a short film written, directed and produced by Latasha Kennedy. The story: After his wife commits suicide, a widower must deal not only with his unspeakable loss but also with his impending eviction from their New York apartment. This film explores the impact that suicide has on the loved ones left behind, specifically through the lens of an African-American man grappling with grief and isolation, even as his sister struggles to be there for him. You can learn more about the film and ways that you can get involved by visiting the indiegogo page at:
'One Last Goodbye' explores the impact that suicide has on families left behind - and in this case, a young, African-American man who is now a widower due to his wife's suicide. While grieving the loss of his wife, he struggles with being evicted from their shared home and having to pack up his life, now reduced to "memories", in 3 days from his New York apartment. His sister tries to help, but he's resistant to her and to what's being required of him. 'One Last Goodbye' was written, produced, directed and starred in by Latasha Kennedy.