Four U.S. states have legalized assisted suicide. Several other legislatures are preparing similar legislation. Find out about the real abuses that are taking place. The Netherlands, Belgium, and Switzerland currently allow the practice. But numerous other countries have considered and rejected the idea of suspending the laws which currently protect the lives of the medically and emotionally vulnerable. In an era of calls for 'Health Care Reform' find out why this debate is not going away and why you need to be prepared and able to warn others of the very real dangers.





Documentary Film:

Filmed throughout the world, and based on the book of the same title, this dynamic documentary explores the reasons why all thinking people should oppose the legalization of assisted suicide. Interviews with Joni Eareckson-Tada, Brian Johnston, Derek Humphry, and many others.

 

Plus Special Features:

Brian Johnston on how to effectively communicate concerns about euthanasia.
"Winning Hearts and Minds."

Wesley J. Smith on some of the "Common Slogans" used by euthanasia advocates.

Dr. Charles Bentz, on "What Is Really Happening In Oregon:" An Oregon doctor didn't oppose the assisted suicide measure...until his patient was killed in direct violation of doctor's orders.

 

Book and Documentary Comments:

"Powerful! ... Simply the best euthanasia video I've seen."
DR. WANDA FRANZ, PRESIDENT, NATIONAL RIGHT TO LIFE

"'Death As A Salesman' and Brian Johnston were essential to stopping the legalization of assisted suicide in New Zealand. Both the book and film are invaluable tools.
BERNARD MORAN, NEW ZEALAND

"'Death As A Salesman' is the most comprehensive, yet easy to read book on the assisted suicide debate I have seen. I assign it regularly."
MARY BETTINEU, HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN

"What is happening in Holland is scary...and it's scary to think it's happening in Oregon now...why isn't the media covering this? Well I guess I know; the media is really biased, isn't it?
JAN, A READER IN VIRGINIA

"I showed this to my dad who had talked about assisted suicide. He thought there were some very good points in the film; it got him thinking that 'being desperate' isn't a good way to go out. I think this film would be useful for friends, school groups, churches, bible studies, convalescent homes - any place that might consider this, they need to consider the facts!"
ELTON ANDERSON