follows four people embarking on a journey to take control of their death. Filmed over 18 months, the documentary captures Philip, Lillian, Kate and Peter’s emotional stories of what the prospect of a long and painful death presents for them and their loved ones.

Through the lives of these four individuals, A Good Way to Die? explores how the legalisation of Euthanasia affects our society, in particular those who are most vulnerable: the disabled, the elderly and those who are chronically ill.

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