(III) (2005)

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Metascore

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88
The freedom to answer Hamlet's nagging question over whether to be or not for oneself is explored in this thoughtful and thought provoking documentary about the Swiss organization EXIT AMD.
75
New York Post
Would that all death be so peaceful.
75
In the wrenching final scene, the concept of "dying with dignity" becomes much more than just a catchphrase used to justify a controversial practice.
70
Variety
Pic's quiet lucidity and matter-of-fact procedurals pack a cumulative emotional punch.
50
The New York Times
Despite the humanity and courage exhibited by the members of Exit, the film is inescapably grim.
50
Filmed and edited with near anesthetic calm, Fernand Melgar's documentary meditation on the work of Swiss euthanasia outfit Exit ADMD doesn't so much argue for the legalization of assisted suicide as recline comfortably in the knowledge that this firm's devoted "escorts" are here to direct terminal patients toward that shining light down the hall.

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