archerinwood wrote:Look at all these new members ! Welcome to you all. I watched it and for those who don't know I am 14. I didn't cry (the result of trying very hard not to admittedly). I fully support people's right to choose too. Very good documentary.
DocWerx wrote:Thank you for making this programme. Eloquent, thought (and I hope debate) provoking and moving.
high eight wrote:Christ, that was hard to watch. For all kinds of reasons.
I wouldn't do it myself - but then I'm not terminally ill. At the moment. Things may (almost certainly will, given my genetics) change as I get older and I have seen enough people die slowly and in pain not to want to do it myself, so.....
We put down our pets when they are old and ill - why not ourselves?
Thanks, Terry for yet another well-argued piece in favour of humanity.
And thanks to the late Peter Smedley ("a truly brave man", as Terry said) for allowing his last moments to be filmed for the programme.
Alex517135 wrote:One of the best made documentaries that I have ever watched. The bravery of Peter ( and Andrew) was stunning. We treat our pets better than we do ourselves. Sir Terry showed courage in filming and keeping a balanced view point. Thank you and I hope this is the start for change that will give people in very painful situation the respect they deserve.
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