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Thu February 16, 2012
Interview with director Peter Richardson
The film How to Die in Oregon, follows several terminally ill patients as they undertake the difficult decision to end their lives under the state’s controversial Death with Dignity Act.
The law allows physicians to prescribe, but not administer a lethal dose of medication for such patients. The film was officially released on DVD on Feb. 14, but KBIA's Rehman Tungekar spoke to it’s director, Peter Richardson, when he visited Columbia earlier this year.