I had been rethinking the main script that I have followed through with working on and wondered if it would really appeal to the masses. Or if I would simply myself enjoy working on it as much as I first thought. Typically, when I want to work on something, I have to want to the extremes, and feel that entirely, or not at all. I won't put half the effort into anything and continue with it, I can't force myself. I'm not that kind of person. I have always been an extremely passionate person, but I never show that on the surface. I am only passionate about my work, about what I know I can get accomplished, and once I know that something can be done, my confidence is high and no one can take that away from me. I had recently read about Dr. Death, a man in the Netherlands, and I wanted to find out more about him, so I kept reading. I was really amazed by the information I came across, a humanist doctor in the field of euthanasia. He believes that every person has the right to their own death, at any time, no matter the circumstances. He has stood firm in this belief regardless of issues with authority, and he comes up with different methods of euthanization. I found this to be striking and want to do my own take on something along these lines. He has been given the nickname Dr. Death because of this, and that really stuck with me. Its amazing how precious the life of a person is, how easily we can take it for granted, and the next you know, someone is out there wishing for their life to end, or taking their last breath while I am sitting here typing this. I would like to make a film with deep insight and perspective. I hope to accomplish this, with what I have gathered.
Jasmine Zarinebaf — Chicago Film Connection
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