It's a quiet, unadorned, meaningful documentary about a deep-thinking gentleman named Stephen Jenkinson, a Harvard-educated theologian who strikes me as a cross between Grizzly Adams, Robin Williams' Sean from Good Will Hunting, Tom Laughlin's Billy Jack character, and Kevin Costner's Dances with Wolves character.
His primary role (at the time of filming) was to visit with folks facing terminal diagnoses, and to help them confront dying head-on, with dignity and grace and fullness and courage, and without an ounce of regret.
Easier said than done, but after a few minutes with Jenkinson, most are in far better places mentally as they envision far better places physically.
Quite moving. Understated, yet moving—perhaps as most simple and true things in life (and death) become upon reflection.