We just saw another excellent film through the Sedona Film Festival Series called The Music Never Stopped. It was adapted from Oliver Sacks’ case study, “The Last Hippie” and is the true story of a young man who, due to traumatic brain injury, is caught up in his memories of 1968. The movie explores the strained relationship between father and son, and the work of a music therapist who uses the man’s tie to the music of that time to enable him to move into the future. The film works on many levels and above all, you’ll walk away with the reminder to appreciate what you have because you never know just how long you’ll have it.

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