Near Death

Near Death

NEAR DEATH is a film about the Medical Intensive Care Unit at Boston's Beth Israel Hospital. The film is concerned with how people face death. More specifically the film presents the complex interrelationships among patients, families, doctors, nurses, hospital staff and religious advisors as they confront the personal, ethical, medical, psychological, religious and legal issues involved in making decisions about whether or not to give life-sustaining treatment to dying patients.

Renowned documentarian Frederick Wiseman profiles the doctors, nurses, physicians, and patients at the Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, as he watches medical staff work around... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Near Death torrent reviews

Eylem E (au) wrote: A high-concept comedy with an ultra-low budget, The Freebie? is an agreeable if sketchy look at a couple who give themselves a one-night pass to have sex with other people. Puffy Chair? thesp Katie Aselton gets her feet wet as a writer-director but doesn(TM)t leave the shallow end of the pool with this brightly turned-out do-it-yourselfer that possesses mild charm but will likely go further in alternative home-viewing formats than in theatrical release, which Phase 4 will undertake this summer after its Sundance pickup.

Damien K (au) wrote: Clownish, tasteless and contrived. You should skip it, but I couldn't - it was a trainwreck I couldn't take my eyes off.

Andy O (au) wrote: Very interesting and insightful documentary regarding the Rising Open Source movement. If you are a programmer you should take a look.

Darko B (jp) wrote: One and half stars and i'm probably being too generous. Artsy for the sake of being artsy.

Juha K (mx) wrote: A bunch of half-naked chicks running around with swords somewhere in US Midwest. A must-see if one finds extremely low-budged b-films amusing and funny.

Liy D (nl) wrote: I was introduced to this film today by a client who loves it. It was very cute, but probably a bit out of my age range.

Stephen M (nl) wrote: Didn't much care for this film, it does have a unique history among television genres. The Thunderbiirds first big breakthru from black and white tv series onto the big screen and in color was a huge hype in the 1960's I'm sure. The effects, marionette details, voice acting, and cinematography were all impressive. The part that fails is the long winded story. Was there even a point to it all other than to showcase the effects which were unique for its era? There really was no substance in the plot. Even the puppetry was just down right lazy. The puppets are for the most part are always stationary with their mouths yapping away. Instead of walking they always manage to be be seated on a device that would transport them someplace. Seemed to have ran much longer than it needed to.

Greg W (br) wrote: One of the best two or three films Ozu ever made.

Jack C (de) wrote: Boring, silly, ludacris, useless and unscary are a few words to describe this waste of an hour and a half...