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When Ryan, a video game designer, learns that his young son Joel has cancer, he and his wife begin documenting their emotional journey in the form of an unusual and poetic video game. The result is a game called "That Dragon, Cancer" - an astoundingly honest and innovative work of art about the universal complexity of grief. Thank You For Playing follows Ryan and his family over two years, offering an intimate, revolutionary glimpse into how the fusion of art and technology - in this case, a video game - can document profound human experiences in the modern age. Read More
The result is at once a fascinating take on technological innovation and a stirring look at its ability to address personal experiences. It's a remarkable look at universal challenges through a distinctly 21st century filter.
The most important videogame movie ever made.
The film scores high marks for showing a father and mother’s unique paths of grief and transcendence. Highly recommended.
"Thank You for Playing’ Is a Heartfelt Meditation on Parenting, Cancer and Nonfiction Art
Some of the most heart-breaking moments at the Tribeca Festival. As an exploration of the human spirit, this film is indispensable.
"Thank You for Playing" is an elegant, heart-wrenching documentary statement that games are art.
An intelligent, brave and authentic meditation on grief and the artistic process.
POV Community Engagement and Education Discussion Guide
In this lesson, students delve into common perceptions of video games and then explore how such games might have more substantive uses and impact beyond the traditional uses of gaming for enjoyment and competition.