Most Popular "Right To Die" Titles
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1. The Sea Inside (I) (2004)
PG-13 | 125 min | Biography, Drama, Romance
The factual story of Spaniard Ramon Sampedro, who fought a thirty-year campaign in favor of euthanasia and his own right to die.
Votes: 64,427 | Gross: $2.09M
2. Whose Life Is It Anyway? (1981)
R | 119 min | Drama
Ken Harrison is an artist who makes sculptures. One day he is involved in a car accident, and is paralyzed from his neck down. All he can do is talk, and he wants to die. In hospital he ... See full summary »
3. How to Die in Oregon (2011)
107 min | Documentary, Drama, Family
In 1994 Oregon became the first state to legalize medical aid in dying. At the time, only Belgium, Switzerland, and the Netherlands had legalized the practice. 'How to Die in Oregon' tell ... See full summary »
8 min | Animation, Short, Comedy
A sweet old lady is living alone in her farm, waiting for the arrival of death to meet her beloved husband again. One night, while sleeping, her life fades out and she is invited to cross ... See full summary »
6. The Suicide Tourist (2007)
56 min | Documentary
Frontline investigates suicide tourism by following a Chicago native as he travels to Switzerland in order to take his life with help of a nonprofit organization that legally assists suicides.
7. Real-Life Mallory (2010)
27 min | Short, Drama
Re-diagnosed with an illness, this time at a terminal stage, Mallory decides to regain control of her life. At a "goodbye" dinner party, her closest friends are not as accepting of her decision as she is, making for an intense evening.
9. I Woke Up One Morning and Found Myself Famous (2010 Video)
25 min | Documentary, Short
The film tries to explore our obsession with the violent and voyeuristic images and how every form of the media is becoming cannibalistic to satisfy this desire of our mind.
10. Live and Let Go: An American Death (2002)
56 min | Documentary
Sam Niver had terminal cancer; the end was near. Proud and fiercely independent, he wanted control in death as well as in life. He could die in a hospital or die at home -- hopefully on his... See full summary »