Project UnLonely Films Season 7

Out There, In Here

Jane Kharkover

A story about a woman and her loss.

Consider This

Watch this video to explore the film’s meaning and major themes a bit more. Talking with others about a shared arts experience can enrich our perspectives. Share your thoughts in the comment section, below!

Meet the Filmmaker

What is their why?

Jane Bella Kharkover is a graduate of Syracuse University and sports a resume of many short films and festival entries. She enjoys telling stories through her dialogue as well as the musical influences around her to create a one-of-a-kind moving image for her viewers.

“This film illustrates grief and its significance in our lives as we get older.”


Join The Conversation

How do our unique bonds with pets enrich our lives by offering solace without the complications that often arise in human relationships?


  1. Anonymous

    very much so, you can see the happiness in her eyes and that the dog knew to lay on the other side of the bed.

  2. Anonymous

    Beautiful 🤩

  3. marcia L freed

    i have always had dogs and have always found amazing comfort in their being.

  4. Anonymous

    Throughout my life, my pets have provided me with unconditional love and comfort when I needed it. Unlike people, animals don’t judge, hold grudges, or bring up past mistakes.

  5. Peter Passeri

    Watching old women in bed after husband past is like I have existed for past 30 years.At least she had a partner until that age

  6. Anonymous

    Unconditional love.

  7. Anonymous

    so touching – I too have had dogs in my life forever and without them, my hardest moments would have seemed so much less tolerable.


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