Film Screening: A Beautiful Day Tomorrow
Join suicide awareness and mental health advocate Gabriel Nathan on an inspiring road-trip as he collects stories of suicide loss and attempt survivors in his 1963 Volkswagen Beetle (a Herbie the Love Bug replica). This charming documentary is a hopeful road movie that will educate, inspire, and continue the conversation about suicide in America.
Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 7:30 PM EST
This screening is sponsored by Brooke Glen Behavioral Hospital.
WHY A FILM ABOUT SUICIDE?
Suicide is a public health crisis in America that is being addressed in myriad ways, and suicide awareness and mental health advocate Gabriel Nathan has his own unique way of driving out suicide; with his 1963 Volkswagen Beetle Herbie, the Love Bug replica. Emblazoned with the number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline all over the rear window, Gabe’s Herbie the Love Bug is a four-wheeled billboard for suicide awareness, and an unexpected people magnet that generates much-needed conversation about mental health and suicide. Join Gabe and Herbie as they traverse the East Coast collecting stories of loss and attempt survivors in “A Beautiful Day Tomorrow: Taking Suicide Awareness on the Road.” This charming film is a hopeful road-trip/buddy film that will educate, inspire, and continue the conversation about suicide in America.