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Michael Cole almost 4 years ago
Bardem does an excellent job
Kiera Beddes over 5 years ago
A paraplegic wants to the right to die but cannot do it alone. Heartbreaker & tearjerker.
Milda almost 2 years ago
cyrax36 over 2 years ago
Annalisa Schettino almost 3 years ago
Emily Wigley almost 4 years ago
Nicolas Baña over 4 years ago
Rafaella Troupkou over 4 years ago
Elijah Svigals over 5 years ago
Andrea Ortiz over 5 years ago
Boris De Decker over 5 years ago
Dana Suleiman almost 6 years ago
g. marquez over 6 years ago
ARGIRO VLACHOGIANNI over 6 years ago
Sina Bakhshandeh over 6 years ago
Jennifer Kaiser over 6 years ago
Facu Leiva-Freytes over 6 years ago
Sebastian Haselbeck almost 7 years ago
Diana Quispe 7 years ago
Emily 7 years ago
The Sea Inside (Spanish: Mar adentro) is a 2004 film by the Spanish director Alejandro Amenábar. It is based on the real-life story of Ramón Sampedro (played by Javier Bardem), a Spanish ship mechanic left quadriplegic after a diving accident and his 29-year campaign in support of euthanasia and the right to end his life. This is the life story of Spaniard Ramón Sampedro, who fought a 29-year campaign to win the right to end his own life with dignity. The film explores Ramón's relationships with two women: Julia, a lawyer suffering from Cadasil syndrome, who supports his cause, and Rosa, a local woman who wants to convince him that life is worth living. Through the gift of his love, these two women are inspired to accomplish things they never previously thought possible. Despite his wish to die, Ramón taught everyone he encountered the meaning, value and preciousness of life. Though he could not move himself, he had an uncanny ability to move others. One of the most memorable lines on...
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