Watch it!

After a long wait, we can watch it. Not in a cinema but on the largest screens available in our homes. You might know that a few years ago we set out to make a short documentary on the life of Saagar and our lives after him. I am so happy that it can now be watched at the link below by clicking on the box that reads 1000 days and entering the password as suggested: hiddenFF2021

Presently this film is available through the Hidden Film Festival website but in time it will be a resource to increase the understanding of suicide and bereavement by suicide and the value of kindness. I hope it will generate constructive, life-affirming and healing conversations. It is 20 minutes long and is available till Friday, the 4th of June. At present it is doing the rounds of international film festivals and has been selected for 7 major ones. Thank you for holding Saagar in your hearts the way you do. For shouting out love and hope.

Cast: Freddie, Hugo, Seb, Sam, Bex, Rosie, Azin, Simon, Saagar and I.

Filmed and produced by the magical duo Jeanette Rourke and Ron Bambridge.

What some people have said:

“I cannot get the film out of my head (in a good way!). I am really impressed with the professional job done on the filming and opening drone shots of where you live etc.”

“It is beautifully made and the editing done with such sensitivity. I also loved the music – definitely sounded like a professional music for film composer.”

“Thank you so much for the film and it really brought me a lot of comfort especially  in a rough week like today when I have grief burst. I am grateful to have to know you in this difficult journey and what you have been sharing about your beautiful Sagaar, your thoughts and your journey milestones has helped me tremendously.One thing I learnt from 1000 days is that the hope of surviving this unsurvivable pain which you gave me through your story. Thank you so much Sangeeta.”

Thank you all for funding this film. For illuminating this world in your own special way!

PS: Please feel free to share it on.

10 thoughts on “Watch it!

  1. Thank you for sharing this, I watched it in the quietness and solitude of the morning wondering whether it was advisable given I have to work today. It is a beautiful film and a wonderful tribute to not only Saagar’s life and to yours too Sangeeta. It offers hope and is a reminder that we are indeed all part of a greater spirit. With love and blessings to you, Roslyn xxx

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    • Thanks Roslyn. I hope to shine a light on our shared stories, our beautiful children and the huge loss that not just us, but the world incurs when they die young. This film is as much about you and Gareth as about Saagar and I. Lots of love, S. xxx


      • Yes Sangeeta it is indeed a tribute to all those sons and daughters lost to suicide and shows to everyone that it can be at anyone’s door tragically

        Much love and gratitude to you xxx


  2. What a beautiful film Sangeeta- it will stay with me. So moving. Saagar was a beautiful soul and reminds me of George ( funny and very kind) who we lost in 2017 ages 21xx

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  3. Beautiful Moving Painful Important Rejoicing Emotional Educational Uplifting Sad Celebratory Tragic Supportive. Above all else, Optimistic

    I love it. How totally incredible to have made such a positive film about suicide.

    Thank you for sharing Saagar with us

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  4. Thank you Sangeeta for making this film. I had a lump in my throat and could have wept. Richard too was a kind person with a lovely sense of humour, lost in 2015.. I have shared the film. A beautiful film. Linda xx

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  5. Hi Sangeeta, the film did indeed represent me. You did an amazing job. The feedback from friends who I shared it with has been really positive. Thank you so much for doing it. Linda xxx


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