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  1. Ken Pyburn
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    I would be a little less enthusiastic about endorsing this film. It is a downer for sure if one has not carefully thought about how one wants to die, or if you are among the increasing number of people that does not have a traditional family structure and a well informed one if you do. While it is about “Amour”, It is also about the tragedy of late life medical mistakes and burdens of home care and a slow and agonizing death if not carefully planned for.

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