The moment the children pop in the film might make one think something is wrong, something is out of place. And it must be sudden. Artistically, we will give hints of their presence before they actually show up with quick compositions. Nobody will understand what is happening, but it will be quite clear at the end. Our film is a lesson.
Cancer does not respect age. It makes us all the same when facing the struggle, the possibility of imminent death, and the joy to being able to give a new significance to everything, to look at life and the time we have ahead of us with a different perspective.
This is what makes this film so beautiful and powerful. It must not be seen through the narrative structure of a case. It is not a case. It is a film, a narrative that does not need letterings and big explanations. It needs to work alongside our characters.