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"Watched through tears. Broke my heart, gave me courage, changed my view of my end of life decisions. What an incredible young man, rich with grace and humor. Surrounded by wonderful people during his journey. Going home to be with Mother Nature." – Rose Stephan - December 12th, 2016 - Cape Canaveral, Florida

"I think that it is a really wonderful idea and gives people hope to have the option of a better funeral." – Cinque Garrison - December 11th, 2016 - Sacramento, California

"I caught most of Clark Wang film....I loved it and had never heard of a green funeral...I have always felt we should go back to our mother earth...this is what I want..." – Robert Beck - December 8th, 2016 - Meadville, Pennsylvania

"I've thought about how I want to be buried and I want to go into the earth as God has given his children has put back into the earth that he has created." – Richard Yancy - December 7th, 2016 - Council Bluffs, Iowa

"I have seen this a couple of times and find it to be a deeply moving film. Three years ago, I was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. By the time it was found, it had gone into my blood and there was nothing that could be done. I am not getting any type of "western medical treatment." I am going old school with this in terms of how I am taking care of myself, and three years later, I am still here. I do not have a lot of time left. I would love a green burial in California, but the cost would be prohibitive for my friend Julie and I do not have the money to pay for it. Therefore, I am having the shell cremated and there will be a disposition at sea in Ventura. It was the most cost effective way to have my wishes respected and I am making it as green an experience as possible. Thank you for this wonderful film." – Karen Carpenter - December 7th, 2016 - Phoenix, Arizona