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I would love to see an In Death TV series! Then I could visit with Eve and Roarke every week!

Before Chris’s death, he spoke with Cooper about the movie

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I can’t wait for an In Death movie. Just try to get ahead of me on opening day.
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(1996) – Ralph Fiennes, Kristin Scott Thomas (dir. Anthony Mingella). Oscar Best Picture is a magnificent movie of love and war. Particularly interesting to supporters of choice in dying is that, when close to the end of the story, the nurse quietly administers euthanasia to this dying patient at his request.

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Still wish it was a cable series rather than a movie – more room to spread out and all that. 🙂
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I always hoped for an In Death tv show just because there are so many books and obviously many stories to tell with these characters. However, I’m excited to see these characters come to life on screen, no matter what the format.

 

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The documentary movie she made, “Part of Me” was really good, and I recommend it on its own merits.
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I have mixed emotions when I read this because, yes, there are a lot of film adaptation that fail. I also believe that it won’t be identical with the book, which I deeply regret. I just hope that who ever get cast on this. Every single one of them should read the series (and I know that it’ll be a huge time investment for the actors) but it’s the only way to truly understand everyone in the In Death series that we all love.
The story/core of the In Death is what made me read the series to begin with and if this movie is going to happen, well, I’ll be the first in line to see it.
I love the in Death series with passion and this movie is a great way for me to introduce how amazing the series is to people who dislike reading or have no time reading. But still, yes, I do have mixed emotions about this… then again, I wouldn’t stop myself from seeing Eve, Roarke and the gang on the big screen.

Let’s face it, the movie can’t be as great as the books, but it is so exciting and I for one can’t wait to see it!
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(1994) – Ken McDougall, Jack Nicholsen, Daniel MacIvor (dir. Cynthia Roberts). Chris is a dancer dying of AIDS. He has chosen euthanasia to end his suffering. With the assistance of his lover Val and his doctor, he surrounds himself in his last hours with everything that made his life special and creates his ultimate work of art by choreographing his own death.


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(2003) – Parker Posey, Olympia Dukakis, Sarah Polley (Dir. Thom Fitzgerald). An intense relationship drama that takes the form of a mystery, The Event centers around a series of unexplained deaths that occur among the gay community in New York’s fashionable Chelsea district. Nick, a district attorney investigating the most recent case, a suspicious, apparent assisted suicide, and her interviews with friends and family of the deceased trigger extensive and intricately interwoven flashbacks that reveal surprising facts about the man’s life and death.

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(2004) – Javier Bardem (dir. Alejandro Amenabar). The film focuses on the death of Ramon Sampedro, a sailor who became a quadriplegic after injuries caused in a diving accident when he was 25. After 29 years, he asked for assisted suicide and when refused, he wrote a book about his suffering, appealed to the Spanish Parliament, took out a court case, all of which failed. “I’m just a head stuck to a body,” he stated. Eventually a group of euthanasia sympathizers successfully helped him with his suicide. In Spanish, with the title ,won a special jury award at the Venice Film Festival, and Bardem, won the best actor award. Opened in America in early 2005.

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(1990) – PBS American Playhouse. Campbell Scott. Bruce Davison, Patrick Cassidy (dir. Norman René). Moving and witty script by playwright Craig Lucas depicting the growth of AIDS among gay men in New York. Davison nominated for Oscar for Best Supporting Actor.

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(2010) – HBO TV Movie. Al Pacino plays Dr. Jack Kevorkian in the 1990s who defied Michigan law by assisting the suicides of more than a hundred persons. Support comes from his sister, a lab tech, the local Hemlock Society president, and a lawyer. The child of survivors of the Armenian genocide interviews applicants: his sister video tapes them. He assembles a device allowing a person to initiate a three-chemical intravenous drip. The local D.A., the governor, and the Legislature respond. He's single-minded about giving dying individuals the right to determine how their lives will end. He wants the Supreme Court to rule but his legal approach is mistaken. 134 min.