How to Die in Oregon

How to Die in Oregon
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Wesley

Talk to your loved ones. Let them know you care. Make decisions about how you want to die, tell people, and put it in writing. I've had an amazing life and death is a natural part of it. The only separation between myself and the eternal is the one which I create.

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anna

Cried like a baby at the end but this documentary is one of the most moving ones I've ever watched.

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Matthew

I remember receiving an HBO free trial in the summer of 2010. The first thing that came on was this documentary and I glad that it did. The film and its characters stuck with me till this day.

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Lauren

This film is very relevant in light of the bill that Governor Jerry Brown signed in California yesterday, giving terminally ill people the right to medically assisted death.

"How to Die in Oregon" delves into this controversial issue by examining it's implementation in Oregon over the ...Read more

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