Time to Say Goodbye?

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Time to Say Goodbye?
Written by Jacqueline Feather
David Seidler
Directed by David Jones
Starring Eva Marie Saint
Richard Kiley
Margaret Colin
Rick Roberts
Music by Peter Rodgers Melnick
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Executive producerJinny Schreckinger
ProducersJulian Marks
Bonnie Forbes
CinematographyMike Fash
EditorPam Malouf-Cundy
Running time91 minutes
Production company Heart Entertainment
Original release
Network Lifetime
ReleaseSeptember 1, 1997 (1997-09-01)

Time to Say Goodbye? is a 1997 American made-for-television drama film directed by David Jones and starring Eva Marie Saint. The film is centered on the decision of an elderly family patriarch to end his life, when faced with the degradation of Alzheimer's disease. The film originally premiered on Lifetime cable network on September 1, 1997. [1]



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  1. Television Guide - Volume 49 2001 - 0091692233 Time to Say Goodbye? (CC) — Drama 2:00 (1997) Fact-based drama about a physician (Richard Kiley) with Alzheimer's disease who wants his family to assist in his suicide.