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In stunning portraits of individuals grappling with the end of life - along with the doctors, family members, activists and legal experts with stakes in their decisions - this 60-minute FRONTLINE film explores with clear-eyed intimacy America's ambivalence about assisted suicide and its consequences.
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5.0

Perfect in all ways

By Betsy

from Arvada Colorado

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Comments about PBS FRONTLINE: The Suicide Plan DVD:

This documentary could not have been done in a better way. As a long-time member of Compassion and Choices and a follower of all news relating to assisted suicide and similar subjects I appreciate this film's take on this vital and necessary subject. Kudos and please, if possible, continue with another documentary.

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5.0

Extremely well done, great information!!

By RON

from Sandpoint, Idaho

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Comments about PBS FRONTLINE: The Suicide Plan DVD:

Very well researched and extremely thought provoking (especially when you have love ones or very special friends that are in this situation).
We have two, family member and a friend. Pay close attention to the people (jury members (young) and others) who feel this is not right.
You need to ask them, if not after going though years of medical "torture", if this was your wife, husband, father,mother, etc. would you let them suffer so much!! It's their decision. Finally, you need to ask yourself, over and over again, what is my quality of life.

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