A Certain Kind Of Death is an award-winning documentary, which follows the deaths of certain individuals who have passed away in Los Angeles County, CA, without having any surviving family members.
What follows are a set of lengthy, work-intensive duties for government personnel. It's mind-boggling.
The decedents are physically viewed and followed from the time that they are removed from the scene of death until the very end.
The film sets a good tempo without overwhelming the viewer with too much minutia. Yet, it's still somewhat difficult to watch just because the subject matter is so harshly and unwaveringly real. There's just no escape.
What is incredible is the respectful manner in which the decedents seem to be treated by the government.
Directed by: Grover Babcock and Blue Hadaegh
Rated: Not Rated
Time: 69 minutes
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