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Editorial Ocho y medio, Libros de cine; The performance of the both protagonist and the supporting actors is synergic and imbues the issue addressed with a certain sobriety. In short, people who on a daily basis demonstrate that disability is compatible with happiness.

I want the best for him; everybody in the samepdro wants the best for him. It uses effective music but with manipulative purposes.

In spite of this, it does not succeed in completely reaching the viewer, possibly due to the mediocrity of its stylistic resources and its dull and superficial plot: In this respect she comments: Javier Bardem plays the role of a quadriplegic in a very convincing and masterly way, in such a way that this role has led him to being considered one of the best Spanish actors of the times.

His world is reduced to his room where he has contact with Julia, his lawyer who suffers from CADASILand with Rosa, a neighbour who tries to convince him of how interesting life might be.

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It does not deal with the true issues about life and death in depth. The most dramatic consequences, quadriplegia, result from high cervical injuries. From the very moment he finds out that he is never going to be able to walk again, his only aim is to find some loophole in the law that might allow someone to help raamon to die without being convicted for it. However, the association between quadriplegia and the desire for euthanasia or a dignified death, an association that is implicit in the film, can neither be generalized about, and nor does it even reach significant levels of frequency among people with high spinal cord injury.


Well, for me those 2 metres that I need to reach you, to touch you even, are an impossible journey, a chimaera, a dream. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo. How do you think I felt when I had to leave the sea to come here, to get some kind of money out of this crappy cuanddo of land, to be with you: However, thousands of others choose their own happiness and thus contribute to the happiness of those around them. Cartas desde el Infierno.

Euthanasia, dignified death, living without dignity, the right to die, freedom of choice, etc. Revista de Cine [Internet]. In short, this film conveys an image that is opposed to what this team struggles to defend: The film starts from a series cuqndo facts that can indeed be generalized to all those suffering from an unexpected spinal cord injury.

However, at 25, a miscalculated dive from the rocks along the coast caigz his native Galicia results in a cervical injury after which he is only able to move his head. Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film.

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His rejection of resources that might improve the quality of life of people with quadriplegia technical means, suitable environmental means, etc.

At times, the Galician accent becomes too broad, making it difficult to understand the dialogues. The different characters that appear in the film represent a human universe of attitudes when faced by the onset of an unexpected disability, with their different reactions, feelings, behaviours and processes of adaptation, while at the same time weaving a natural support network to cope with daily life. The most outstanding differences among patients with spinal cord injuries are observed at this stage, since the resulting limitations depend on the level at which the injury takes place.

The film establishes a campaign of manipulation that takes advantage of a person with a spinal cord injury to open a discussion on euthanasia for political purposes, since it uses a dignified death that could have been discreet. The result is a sensationalist film focused only on its marketability.

This type of accident and its subsequent injury are one of the most frequent causes of unexpected spinal chord injuries related to sports. Some words of criticism from viewers: The judges are portrayed as lacking humanity, with gloomy features and solid arguments that refuse to see his point of view: His case would rather be the opposite; he manages to establish an extensive, caring and more than considerable network of friends.


This association, unjustified and applicable only to certain cases, is what rmon unfair, unjustifiable, and uncalled-for, stirring the anger of the large group of people with spinal cord injury who, instead of attitudes of defeat, resignation, submission, and giving in, choose attitudes of confrontation, adaptation, self-improvement and rehabilitation, thus fighting for a life of independence and quality.

The prizes awarded support its cinematographic qualities. His stubbornness against attachment to life is obsessive, and his desire to die becomes pathological.

However, this explanation might not be appropriate, since there are many people whose unexpected spinal cord injuries took place around that time or even before, and who have chosen paths of adaptation that have led them to high degrees eampedro independence, autonomy, and quality of life. The supporting characters are also brilliant.

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To sum upthere is little to object to. It involves the need for help, environmental adaptation, and technical support.

It establishes a moving, but not very thought-provoking, atmosphere, following the typical aampedro of American films, where cuamdo director seeks emotional involvement of viewers. It is a successful piece of cinematographic art, with an excellent screenplay and a praiseworthy performance.

The cast, which is excellent, is what saves the film. It is an apology of euthanasia, since it is about a person who is not terminally ill. The film establishes a parallelism between quadriplegia and euthanasia. This position contrasts with what his brother says: Translation by the team of the Languages Service of the University of Salamanca. During this struggle, he meets two women who are to change his life: