Which of the families portrayed affected you the most and why?

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The writer is required to watch the PBS Frontline documentary “The Undertaking” (https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/documentary/undertaking/). Click on “X” when a message pops up asking if PBS thirteen is your local station. After watching the documentary, please answer the following questions in NUMBER format NOT essay format: 1.) Did the show change your view on what funeral directors do at all? If so, in what way? 2.) Thomas Lynch emphasized in the documentary the importance of “bearing witness” and having some type of ceremony to recognize a life well lived. He reiterated this belief when reading from his book by saying “The dead don’t care” what is done or not done to them. A funeral is a chance for the living to come to terms with a death. Do you agree with this perspective or no? Explain your thinking. 3.) There were several families that allowed cameras into their lives at a very painful time in order to shed light on a topic that is often avoided. They also showed the importance of grieving. Which of the families portrayed affected you the most and why?

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