There’s a terrible moment in the life of some older folks when wiser minds forbid them from driving anymore. Maybe it’s not so bad for some. But I imagine that for me it’s going to be really hard.
Here, in the remarkable final scene of Nebraska, an aged and somewhat confused Woody Grant (Bruce Dern), is given a taste of independence by his devoted son David.
Please tell us what you think of the scene and the implications for old folks. Perhaps even some advice for taking such eventualities in stride.