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Ramn Sampedro (Character)
from The Sea Inside (2004/I)

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Ramón Sampedro (January 5, 1943 January 12, 1998) was a ship fisherman from Galicia... See more »


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  1. Condenado a vivir (2001) (TV) Played by Ernesto Chao
  1. The Sea Inside (2004/I) Played by Javier Bardem
    ... aka "Mar adentro" - Spain (original title)
    ... aka "The Sea Within" - Europe (English title)
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  1. Maquillando entre monstruos (2007) (TV) Played by Javier Bardem
  2. The 79th Annual Academy Awards (2007) (TV) Played by Javier Bardem
  3. The 78th Annual Academy Awards (2006) (TV) Played by Javier Bardem
  4. The 77th Annual Academy Awards (2005) (TV) Played by Javier Bardem

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From The Sea Inside (2004/I)
Julia: Why choose death?
Ramón Sampedro: Well, I want to die because I feel that a life for me, in this state has no dignity. I understand that other quadriplegics may take offense to my saying there's no dignity in this, but I'm not trying to judge anyone. Who am I to judge those who choose life? So don't judge me or anyone who wants to help me die.
Julia: You think someone will help?
Ramón Sampedro: Well, that depends on the powers that be. They'll have to overcome their fear. But hey, it's really no big deal. Death has always been with us and always will be. It catches up with all of us. Everyone. It's part of us. So why are they shocked because I choose to die, as if it were contagious?
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