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“This is probably one of my favorite films of all time. Based on a true story, Javier Bardem plays Ramon Sampedro, a man paralzyed fromt he neck down in a tragic diving accident.
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Javier Bardem gives a remarkable, unforgettable performance in Alejandro Amenabar's gripping drama about dying with dignity, THE SEA INSIDE. Thirty-five-year-old Bardem plays 55-year-old Ramon Sampedro, a Galician who broke his neck as a young man and has spent more than a quarter of a century as a quadriplegic, confined to bed. Reflecting on his past and considering his future, he chooses to die, petitioning the courts for permission to be euthanized. His radical decision sets off controversy throughout Spain--as well as in his own house, where his family and friends all have different opinions on the fate he has chosen. While Ramon's father (Alberto Gimenez) and brother (Celso Bugallo) refuse to help him die, and his nephew, Javi (Tamar Novas), tries to understand his uncle's decision, Ramon is surrounded by women who virtually fight over him--Rosa (Lola Duenas), a single mother of two who visits him to talk about her difficult life; Manuela (Mabel Rivera), his sister-in-law who takes care of his daily...
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Cast: Clara Segura
Release Date: 2004
MPAA Rating: PG-13
DVD Release Date: Warner Home Video (May 17, 2005)
Runtime: 2hr 5min
Lunch Average Rating: +5 (1 rating)
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