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Genres: Drama , Biography
Actors: Nicolás Fernández Luna , Federico Pérez Rey , Andrea Occhipinti , Alberto Amarilla , Josep Maria Pou , Francesc Garrido , Tamar Novas , Alberto Jiménez , Joan Dalmau , Clara Segura , Celso Bugallo , Mabel Rivera , Lola Dueñas , Belén Rueda , Javier Bardem
Director: Alejandro Amenábar
Country: Italy, France, Spain
Year: 2004
IMDB Rating: 8.0/10 (42518 votes)

Life story of Spaniard Ramón Sampedro, who fought a 30-year campaign to win the right to end his life with dignity. Film explores Ramón’s relationships with two women: Julia, a lawyer 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.

Film Review

I just saw Mar Ardentro and felt that I had to comment on this film. Euthanasia is a difficult topic in any field and unfortunately is can sometimes distort the true value of a movie. Many people have raved about the excellent cast and it's beautiful imagery/camera-work. Certainly Javier Bardem is an actor that brings something extra to each film he makes. To say that he encompasses the real Sampredo is a little silly since I don't think that any of the reviewers have known Sampredo personally. To lie still and use a certain charm is a acting skill that although well performed doesn't constitute a 'perfect' performance. Bardem just does what he does well…and that's it. The camera-work is beautiful and evokes feelings and perspectives that the movie itself lacks to deliver. Sampredo here is shown as a man that is bend on dying so much that he leaves his loving family behind and marries a woman that he only seeks out when the other will not help him in his ques…

I suppose it's quite an achievement to be able to present to an audience a true tail about a frail man; a tail in which the protagonist will spend the majority of the film on his back, in a bed and totally unable to move. And yet the achievement is in the film's effectiveness as a dramatic piece; as a recollection of a true story and I guess as an argument as to why people should have the right to die if they so wish to. But the film isn't a political statement and perhaps thankfully it shies away from too many scenes of debate although it does include one for the sake of argument anyway. More-so, this is one of those foreign language films that presents its lead character as a cripple whom can do nothing but talk to the people around him and yet is able to come across as engaging and compelling anyway.So rather than be an out and out argument, the film is more a sweet yet timely dramatic piece about another person wanting something or in search of something; the only diff…

From director Alejandro Amenábar (The Others), I noticed the leading actor and the premise of the film, and the fact the critics give it five out of five, so I was definitely going to give it a go. Based on the true story, this sees Spaniad Ramón Sampedro (Golden Globe nominated Javier Bardem, best known for his Oscar winning role in No Country For Old Men) fighting a 30-year campaign to win the right to end his life, i.e. euthanasia, and die with dignity. When he was slightly younger he became fully paralysed (none of his body, besides his head, can move) from diving into a shallow bit of water and breaking his neck. The film explores his relationship with two women, lawyer Julia (Belén Rueda) who supports his cause, and Rosa (Lola Dueñas) who is trying to convince him that life is worth living. Despite wishing to die, he taught everyone he encountered the meaning, value and preciousness of life, and though he could not move himself, he had the uncanny abi…

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