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An adventurous photographer attempts to outrun her beloved dog's death and stumbles into the haunting childhood memories of her dying Father. Facing the painful decision on how to handle the dog’s life, she must reconcile her fear of death and herself learn how to
sit, stay, and heal.

In "GOODBOY" Ashley, a filmmaker, finds herself in the midst of the covid pandemic struggling to cope with the impending lockdown and losing work. Determined to turn the challenge into an opportunity she convinces her husband to move across the country making a film about covid realities along the way with their 16 yr old chocolate lab, Kenya, in tow.

Mid-trip, Kenya begins limping and they discover he has terminal bone cancer. While visiting Ashley’s hometown thoughts begin to drift to memories of her childhood when her father battled brain cancer and their estranged relationship as he was dying. 

Haunted by these painful memories, Ashley does everything she can to out-run and out-maneuver death — surgery, supplements, holistic health — before finally accepting the inevitable. 

In the end, it’s Kenya who teaches Ashley how to sit, stay and heal. To accept and even celebrate death as an essential part of life and to draw solace from the well of grief itself.    

"Dying is nothing to fear. It can be the most wonderful experience of your life. It all depends on how you've lived."
Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

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