This “end-of-life” comedy finds three aged siblings and their even more aged childhood nanny debating death and the meaning of life
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The Hummingbird’s Tour
An Episcopalian, an agnostic, and a woman on a hummingbird’s tour of religion (fluttering from one to the next in search of sweet nectar)—that’s how the three aging sibling in The Hummingbird’s Tour would describe themselves if asked. But whether they’re asked or not, these opinionated three—along with their childhood nanny—unsheathe their beliefs when a mysterious stranger pays a visit with startling predictions about their lives and relationships. Soon, the group is whipped into a philosophic frenzy, debating everything from death to the meaning of life.