More than 5 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s yet many people still don’t know what its like to live with the disease.
But tonight a local advocate is one step closer in spreading the word.
Marquette resident Lisa Cerasoli created the film “14 days with Alzheimer’s”
And although the film has been receiving national recognition, this evening it made its local debut.
Brookridge Heights Assisted Living Facility seemed to be the perfect setting for the movie’s premier.
The film paints an intimate portrait of Cerasoli’s family.
Giving viewers the opportunity to see first hand what living with alzheimer’s is really like.
It has been in 7 different film festivals and won it’s share of awards.
The 29 minute short film will be available for purchase on Amazon within the next couple of weeks.