#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – This movie tells the story of the incredible Joey Feek and her amazing life. Filmed while battling cancer, Joey along with her family and friends show you that it’s not just physically healthy people who live healthy lives. Take a little time to laugh, smile, and cry with this amazing woman’s journey and the goodbyes of her loving family when she decides to let the Lord lead her home.
Plot: A documentary surrounding the life, marriage, and subsequent career of the country duo Joey + Rory, including the birth of their daughter Indiana, and Joey’s diagnosis and eventual death from cervical cancer.
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This is a very good movie that I think the whole family can watch and enjoy, The acting was good. And the script was well written. Yes, I HIGHLY recommend it. James Welch, Henderson, Arkansas. 1/23/2022.
At first I was drawn in and then this horrible realization came about
I could only give this documentary 5 stars. At first, I was drawn in with the love Joey and Rory had for each other and their love for their daughter, only to have that taken away by cancer. My heart broke for Rory who would end up being a single father a second time around. And it was tough to draw me in: I’m not a fan of modern Christian music, especially Country Christian. Their music isn’t for me, which is fine.
I’m a nurse and my sister is an Obstetrician/ Gynecologist. I decided to ask her about Joey’s condition and how everything seemed to come crashing down week by week.
1. As someone who is literally a week younger than Joey, I knew by the time she got pregnant she was AMA; Advanced Maternal Age. AMA women undergo more testing because of the very real risks of chromosomal defects with the fetus. Joey wanted a natural birth, which to most medical practitioners equates to that she probably refused prenatal care and testing. What ended up happening was that the baby, Indiana, has Trisomy 21, better known as Down’s syndrome. AMA women are at a higher risk of having a Trisomy 21 baby. I don’t think Joey would’ve changed her mind if she found out that the baby had Down’s syndrome while in-utero.
2. To have a cervical cancer diagnosis 12 weeks post birth is a red flag to a Women’s Health Physician like my sister. She said that if she had gone for regular prenatal visits, they probably would’ve caught the cancer at a beginning stage. Also, this was an indicator that Joey probably did not have regular GYN visits and Pap Smears. Pap Smears help detect cancer and other abnormal cells. You always want to do preventative medicine because it’s cheaper and less traumatic than treating terminal cancer out of the blue. I know Rory was commenting on how healthy Joey was. Joey did gardening and yoga. That’s great, but that is one aspect of health. Her family has a history of cancer. My family has a history of breast cancer and my health care providers lose their minds and harass me if I don’t schedule a mammogram in time.
3. Per the Feeks, Joey had the tumor removal and the Oncologist declared her cancer free. I don’t know if the Feeks left some details out or their Oncologist committed malpractice. Best practice is that a tumor removal be followed by radiation and/or chemotherapy because cancer cells are microscopic. The human eye can’t see these cells. You are never guaranteed that you have excised the tumor completely.
4. Joey’s cancer returned a year later and had metastasized to her colon. My sister theorizes that the surgery only bought her time and she was never cancer free. As someone who’s loved ones have survived cancer, it takes years to go into remission. There is no miracle surgery that covers all the bases.
What I ended up was this horrible feeling that Joey’s death could’ve been preventable, if not buy her more time with her child. She left this Earth with a sweet 2 year old who probably has no concept of her mother anymore. If she did have good gynecological care, prenatal care and correct cancer treatments, she could still be alive to take care of her baby, Indy. Instead, this became a cautionary tale. If you want to live like its 1854, then you can potentially die like its 1854. I do feel bad for Rory because, like most men, they don’t really have a clue about female reproductive health. What I took away in the end was a sinking feeling that some, if not all, of the tragedy could be prevented. A baby girl would still have her mother. A couple would still be singing and making music.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Rated Not Rated
Director Rory Feek
Writer Rory Feek
Actors Heidi Feek, Hopie Feek, Indiana Feek
Country United States
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Camera Canon 70D, iPad, iPhone
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