Whose Life Is It Anyway?Closed Captioning
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Oscar-winner Richard Dreyfuss ("Mr. Holland's Opus," "Stakeout") stars as a sculptor who becomes paralyzed after an auto accident and fights the hospital administration for the right to die. Starring Oscar-nominee, John Cassavetes ("Rosemary's Baby," "The Dirty Dozen") and Golden Globe, Oscar and Emmy-winner Christine Lahti (TV's "Chicago Hope," "The Executioner's Song"). Provocative black comedy based on Reginald Rose's successful Broadway play. Directed by John Badham ("Drop Zone," "Nick of Time," "Saturday Night Fever").
Richard Dreyfuss stars in this movie version of the successful Broadway play about an artist who is paralyzed from the neck down. Upon realizing his situation, and his inability to do what he loved, what made him who he was, he begins to fight for the right to die.
The movie is well-acted by all, and powerful as it tackles the sensitive question: When does living become merely surviving? And when it becomes surviving, should you be allowed to call an end to it?
Whose Life is it Anyway?????
Poigniant...thought provoking film that makes one consider the moral and ethical question of who should have the right to decide that his life should be ended...
Superbly acted by Mr. Dreyfuss......
- Genre: Drama
- Released: 1981
- © 1981 A Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved