POV | Documentaries with a point of view

The Edge of Dreaming
by Amy Hardie

The Edge of Dreaming
Watch the trailer at:
www.pbs.org/pov/edgeofdreaming
National PBS Premiere on POV
Tuesday, August 24 at 10 PM

(check your local listings)

Scottish filmmaker Amy Hardie has built a career making science documentaries that reflect her rational temperament. When she dreamed one night that her horse was dying, only to wake the next morning and find the horse dead, she dismissed the incident as a coincidence. Then she dreamed she would die at age 48 — only one year away. When Hardie does get ill, just as the dream predicted, she visits neuroscience experts and eventually a shaman. The Edge of Dreaming is an evocative, intimate chronicle of that year and a fascinating investigation into the human subconscious.

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The Edge of Dreaming will be streaming online August 25, 2010 to November 24, 2010.

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