“I wish my mother died when her brain died – not her body. My mother was the person who directly initiated my career as a musician by teaching me to play the piano, and she also indirectly made me become a film director. Those last five years dealing with Alzheimer’s were the saddest. She couldn’t recognise me at all… One time though, I was playing the piano next to her, she turned towards my father and said, ‘That’s Paul playing…’
From that moment I began telling this to people: ‘you can’t defeat the illness until there’s a cure, but you can work your way around it.’ In my case, it was music.”
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