The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Would that all death be so peaceful.
It's not the kind of documentary that leaves you feeling like you've only heard one side of the debate, that certain unsettling truths have been tactically avoided.
This earnest documentary about assisted suicide plays like a stodgy promotional film for the Swiss organization Exit A.D.M.D., which helps terminally ill patients end their own lives.
[Exit] makes a strong implicit case for a cause supported by a growing number of Americans.
No one here gets out alive, as Jim Morrison put it before the End, though in Switzerland one at least has the chance of booking a smoother passage from insufferable pain to whatever comes next.
Even if it were all staged, Exit: The Right to Die would be a profound and moving experience.
If the film's lack of emotionalism deprives it of dramatic energy, it also forces viewers to react to a highly charged issue intellectually and on the merits, rather than out of manipulated passion.
For our information, Fernand Melgar's Exit attempts to dispel misconceptions surrounding euthanasia.
A talky but vivid documentary exhibiting the work ofan organization in Switzerland that helps people die,i.e. assisted suicide.
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