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How to Die in Oregon Educational Dvd - Fewer Than 50 Persons

by Clearcut Productions

"How to Die in Oregon" tells the stories of terminally ill Oregonians as they decide whether to end their life under the state's Death with Dignity law.
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Note: The Educational DVD includes public performance and classroom viewing rights for universities, colleges, libraries, high schools, hospitals, community groups and other institutions.

This DVD can be shown to groups of up to 50 people.

The Educational DVD does not include rights to show the film in a screening where admission is charged or that are open to the general public.

In 1994, Oregon became the first state to legalize physician-assisted suicide. As a result, any individual whom two physicians diagnose as having less than six months to live can lawfully request a fatal dose of barbiturate to end his or her life. Since 1994, more than 500 Oregonians have taken their mortality into their own hands. In How to Die in Oregon, filmmaker Peter Richardson gently enters the lives of the terminally ill as they consider whether – and when – to end their lives by lethal overdose. Richardson examines both sides of this complex, emotionally charged issue. What emerges is a life-affirming, staggeringly powerful portrait of what it means to die with dignity.


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