Description or Abstract
A guy encountered a near death experience through coma, recalling how his encounter had been and how it changed his life perception afterwards. Through his experience, the documentary tackles diverse ways of viewing death and immortality. AbdoulRahman Ihab, a well-known social media comedian recently encounter a near death experience through a coma. He tackles how this experience affected him and how it helped him shape his view of death and immortality afterwards. Death has often been regarded as the evil phenomenon that we inherently protect ourselves from, but have we ever asked ourselves if we could stand living without it? This audio documentary tackles Abdoul’s near death phenomenon to explore different views on death and immortality. Clinical Psychologist Alexandra Gazis explains the psychological and the cultural aspect of viewing death. Professor Robert McIntyre, a professor at the Philosophy Department at AUC also explained the rationality behind viewing death differently. Credits: Music Soul Food- Purple Planet The Orphanage- Purple Planet Snap- Purple Planet Turning to you- Blue Dot Sessions Closing- Blue Dot Sessions Genesis of Dream- Free Music Archive The UFO Files- Purple Planet Squirreling- Purple Planet Coven Churchy- Free Music Archive Death March, Blue Dot Session Celebration, Blue Dot Session
Thephilosophyofdeath, Existentialism, Death, Immortality, Coma, Neardeathexperience
Journalism & Mass Communication Department
McIntyre, Robert,Gazis, Alexandra,Ihab, AbdoulRahman
7 p; 00:07:48
Arafa, Jaidaa Taha, "Life through the lens of the 'almost' dead" (2017). Audiovisual Projects. 65.