The story of a married couple who turn their bed and breakfast lodge into a resort for assisted suicides.

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Heaton Upshaw
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Rita Upshaw
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Claire Bird
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Mahoney
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Reg. Nixon
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Slade Woodshed
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Harry
Julie Adams ...
Elise
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Lavern Elrod ...
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James Green ...
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The story of a married couple who turn their bed and breakfast lodge into a resort for assisted suicides.

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suicide | assisted death | See All (2) »

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Comedy | Drama

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31 October 2015 (USA)  »

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During the second day of filming the Montage Guests, they were asked to create their own names and sign in as guests from U.S. cities of their choice. William Mortensen Vaughan chose to play the role of Wilbur Woodruff, from Mantua, Utah. See more »

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Heartwarming Comedy about Assisted Suicide
2 November 2015 | by (New York City, USA) – See all my reviews

The Upshaws (Illeana Douglas and Kevin Pollak) are a hilarious couple who constantly nag on each other while their bed and breakfast is failing. Did I mention they've got a recently divorced hot neighbor played by Molly Sims living next door, too? Their business starts to boom, however, when new customers start coming there to die peacefully via assisted suicides. It was heart-warming and quite funny to say the least-- which I didn't expect from a film about suicides!! The couple starts to really take on the new business with a lot of heart, and will comically go to great lengths to make every customer's dying wish come true. It really puts new meaning behind "til death do us part." The director created the film in a truly unique style staying true to the comedies we used to see in the 1970s. That, paired with the authentic performances and a truly original story makes me recommend Chez Upshaw to all my friends and family!


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