The Right to Die Issue and Modern Film Analytical Essay by Top Papers

The Right to Die Issue and Modern Film
An examination of the issue of the right-to-die in the film "The Sea Inside".
# 129395 | 1,500 words | 4 sources | APA | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Film (Analysis, Criticism, Etc.) , Hot Topics (Euthanasia)


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The paper examines the film "The Sea Inside" and how it explores one man's struggle to end his own life after becoming a quadriplegic at the age of 26. The paper looks at how the character, Ramon Sampedro, fights for 29 years for what he believes is a right that all human beings have to stop living when the conditions of life become unbearable. The paper examines how Sampedro enlists assistance with his pursuit of death and his desire to end his own life is finally granted.

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"The film "The Sea Inside" explores one man's struggle to end his own life after becoming a quadriplegic at the age of 26. The main character of the film misjudges a dive and then is forced to live his life in a physical condition that he detests. The character, Ramon Sampedro, fights for 29 years for what he believes is a right that all human beings have to stop living when the conditions of life become unbearable. However, the law demands that physician assisted suicide and euthanasia are ethically unacceptable. Yet, by the end of the film Sampedro has enlisted assistance with his pursuit of death and his desire to end his own life is finally..."

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