This is an interview with the filmmaker who made the pro assisted suicide film of a man with motor neurone disease (ALS) receiving assisted suicide. He admits he did it as as advocacy effort to get us to accept the hemlock. The man who died shared the agenda.
The filmaker says the Terri Schiavo case induced him to make the film and says that the Schindlers were motivated by "religion" in trying to save Terri's life. No, they were motivated by unconditional love for her, an attribute that some people may never understand.
Of course, the interview is softball as it gets.
The filmaker also tells of a future assisted suicide that is planned in which a healthy wife will kill herself at the same time, and in the same bed, as her ill husband. But why not? If the right to die is a "fundamental right," as the Montana judge ruled, people should be able to have help killing themselves for any reason they want. Who are we to say they should be deprived of liberty?