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Eliabeth M (mx) wrote: How to die in Oregon es un documental que explora la decision de personas con enfermedades terminales de finalizar sus vidas de manera segura y en sus propios trminos.Desde el ao 1994, Oregon se convirti en el primer estado de USA en legalizar el suicidio asistido. Esta ley contempla a personas que tienen menos de 6 meses de vida. El proceso consiste en suministrar una dosis de pastillas fatal, las cuales dejan a la persona inconsciente, y les permite morir sin sufrimiento. Este documental muestra los casos de varias personas que toman la difcil decisin de morir de esta manera, especialmente el caso de una mujer llamada Cody, a la cual acompaamos en el difcil camino en el cual poco a poco su enfermedad se va apoderando de su vida y la de su familia, lo cual la deja vulnerable emocionalmente y fsicamente.El lado a favor de esta ley logra establecer un caso solido, ya que demuestra que no es una decisin que se toma a la ligera, sino que es el ultimo recurso para que una persona pueda tener una muerte digna. Por otra parte, sus retractores discuten que esta ley podra ser targiversada por personas, solo con el objetivo de cobrar el seguro de vida de sus familiares, lo cual es bastante difcil, porque antes de siministrarle la dosis a las personas, se les hace un estudio exhaustivo a sus vidas, para estar seguros de que esta es una decisin tomada solamente por la persona.How to Die in Oregon logra exponer este tema tan complejo con compasin y apertura. Es informativo, pero a la vez tiene un aspecto emocional que es imposible ignorar.

Bloodmarsh K (it) wrote: If you're interested in the real William Bonin, you won't find nearly enough infomation here - If you're looking for a decent performance by Scott Leet as a serial killer, in a really bad movie, he delivered.

Cindi L (br) wrote: Not what I expected so I am still mentally readjusting but it was, ultimately, a moving (if not entirely sunny) portrait of a marriage and also of simply human connection (and disconnection).

Matthias B (ca) wrote: The 80s are the best!

Ethan R (ca) wrote: Though his thoughts seem a bit scattered, Levin does a great job of showing the incredibly broad range of views (delusional and rational) on the issue. He is a very likable narrator/guide during the movie and kept me interested despite his lack of a clear focus throughout.

Lateef R (it) wrote: People slept on this movie but it was better than alot of blockbuster crime movies I seen.

Skyler B (ag) wrote: Solid Morgan Freeman thriller that has to "make due" with having Ashley Judd in it, too.

BP H (es) wrote: Awesome! Peter Outerbridge and Molly Parker are the movie...

Duncan K (de) wrote: If you want to watch a silly sword and sorcery film there can be only one!

Angel S (br) wrote: un classico di spielberg

james f (br) wrote: Domineering mother motif was a bit heavy-handed, but a fascinating study of mental health issues, class, and even fairly early indie film---love the "naturally" lit city night scenes.

Grady H (ca) wrote: Now this was some seriously crazy shit right here. As zombie movie go it wasn't half bad, and sure I get why they did it, and I did get some chuckles, so there's that

George L (gb) wrote: Just when I thought that special effects had no business in a comedy, Kung Fu Hustle came along. This movie is definitely a future classic.

Brad G (fr) wrote: For me, this film is all about Henry Silva. His hitman is a monster. A beast. A demon. The way he wields that shotgun. The way he screams before a kill. Terrifying. Burt Reynold??s as a director? He probably should have listened to his editor a bit more, trim a good chunk of that middle part. Bernie Casey as the zen spouting vice cop is great as always. His shootout with Silva is probably the most memorable moment of the movie. Rachel Ward is nice to look at but she doesn??t really have any chemistry with Burty Boy. Still, you gotta check it out for Henry Silva??s crazy killer turn. VF.