Producer John Fecile did not approach the making of his very personal documentary, “Blink Once For Yes,” lightly. It was a challenge from every angle. His terminally ill brother had wanted to die. The family had to decide what to do. John felt compelled to make a story about the experience. Not easy.
“Blink Once For Yes” aired on Love + Radio, and here on Transom, John describes the process of making the piece and outlines his learning curve on the way to sharing some important lessons.
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