The Sea Inside (Mar adentro)
Cert: PG Year: 2004 Length: 125 mins Language: Spanish/Catalan/Galician
Score: 91.1% Attendance: 77
From the director of Close My Eyes and The Others comes this moving and involving drama. Revol (Javier Bardem) wants to die. After breaking his neck at the age of 20 he has been paraplegic and bedridden for 28 years and has had enough. Should he be granted his wish or is it mere self indulgence? Do we have the right to kill ourselves if we want to? And what part do those around us play? You might be surprised at your own reactions to his situation. With some elements of fantasy, as Revol escapes his condition through his imagination this is at times genuinely moving. A powerful and provocative contribution to the euthanasia debate.
moving, romantic, dreamlike, flawlessly acted
San Francisco Chronicle
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