A couple of days ago I watched an excellent documentary. It came out in 2018, but I missed it. I just searched and it did appear in Media Review 4 years ago, but I suspect a wider circulation would be good. Also, from a community standpoint, there is much to be gained.
It is called:
It can be viewed on YouTube for free as well as some pay sites if you are a subscriber. I will also post this elsewhere on the site as I want it to be available after this becomes a Group. It is that good.
On a sad note, I also learned that her middle son passed away in 2022. Unfortunately I have no further details.