*SPOILERS* I remember watching this movie, Right to Die. The woman had basically become a prisoner inside her own body and she wanted to die. This movie had a serious impact on my life back in 1987. My Mom was like the main character in the movie; a prisoner inside of her own body, except my Mom was this way for 22 years. To explain; (If you are still reading this) my Mom had a brain aneurism May 18th, 1982 which left her parapalegic. She had to have extensive parts of her brain removed due to damage from the aneurism. This left her unable to speak or walk. Her motor skills were limited and it took great effort on her part to complete even very simple tasks like scratching her nose or rubbing her eye. She was a remarkable woman to endure this for 22 years of her life. Back to the movie that I watched so many years ago...in the end of the movie it shows the woman, after she had passed on, smiling and running through sprinklers in the sunshine. It has again impacted my life now that my Mom has passed away, because, I think back to the end of the movie. I can picture my Mom running through sprinklers in a field of daisies with the sunshine and a great big smile on her face. She is forever free of the torture and imprisonment she had to withstand here on this earth. So, if you have read this all the way to here...Thanks! Please enjoy your life and live every single day to the fullest and love those around you to the fullest...because they just may not be here tomorrow.