How to Die in Oregon
|How to Die in Oregon|
|Directed by||Peter Richardson|
|Produced by||Peter Betty|
|Music by||Max Richter|
|Distributed by||Clearcut Productions|
How to Die in Oregon is a 2011 American documentary film produced and directed by Peter Richardson. It is set in the U.S. state of Oregon and covers the state's Death with Dignity Act that allows terminally ill patients to self-administer barbiturates prescribed by their physician to end their own life, referred to as assisted suicide by opponents and medical aid in dying by proponents.
The film was released in January 2011 at the 27th Sundance Film Festival and began airing on HBO later in the year. Peter Richardson, a native Oregonian, got the idea to produce the film as the state's law was upheld by the Supreme Court of the United States in the 2006 case Gonzales v. Oregon.
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| Sundance Grand Jury Prize: U.S. Documentary
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