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Youth in Oregon

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Raymond Engersoll aims to reach Oregon in time for an appointment to legally end his life under the state's laws. But along the way, his son-in-law helps him rediscover a reason for living.
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Los Angeles Times
Moore is primarily known as an actor but this is the third feature he's directed, and he proves surprisingly unable to get layered performances out of some great actors.
February 02, 2017
Blu-ray.com
Powerfully acted by select cast members, but the production bites off more than it can chew when balancing a desire for emotional authenticity and the comfort of dramatic formula.
February 16, 2017
New York Observer
The terrific cast is well worth watching, but everything else about this wayward movie mistake leaves you feeling just awful.
February 08, 2017
RogerEbert.com
Is this all well-acted? It certainly is, especially by Langella. But all things being equal, I'd prefer to see him in a revival of The Man Who Came To Dinner.
February 03, 2017
New York Times
A depressing slog that could have been so much more, "Youth in Oregon" suggests that loving someone gives us the right to override their decisions.
February 02, 2017