Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Where Are The Movies Putting Euthanasia In A Bad Light?

Well, I suppose any subject can be turned to humor. However, it’s instructive that euthanasia is becoming mainstream in the arts – all pro-death, of course.
Belgian euthanasia comedy wins Rome film festival
ROME — Belgium's "Kill Me Please", a black comedy about euthanasia shot by French director Olias Barco, won the Golden Marc'Aurelio best film award at the Rome film festival on Friday.
The film tells the life of Dr. Kruger who wants to turn suicide into a simple, medically assisted act. His clinic attracts a strange cast including a travelling salesman, a rich Luxembourg heir and an old Berlin cabaret singer. more

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