Kevin Dunn Examines Fatal Flaws Of Assisted Suicide Laws

Kevin Dunn wants each and every one of us to be the reason for someone’s tomorrow.

The producer/director and his crew have logged over 50,000 kilometres in the past two years exploring the impact euthanasia and assisted suicide laws have on families and society.

The result is the film Fatal Flaws: Legalizing Assisted Death, produced by Dunn Media in association with the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition and co-produced by Alex Schadenberg, "Fatal Flaws film will change the way you view assisted death."

Filming started last January with a visit to Holland for Euthanasia Week. During the five-day annual event organized by the Dutch Right-to-Die Society activities take place to raise awareness of “dying with dignity,” according to the World Federation of Right to Die Societies website.

Events in 2017 included a symposium for people under 40 to discuss euthanasia among youth, and a debate on “weary of life” to facilitate a dialogue among elderly people.

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