H Positive by Glenn Paton

When a rich man is diagnosed with a terminal illness, he takes his own life in the most thrilling way.

Filmmaker Glenn Paton tells the story of Mark — a rich and terminally-ill man who wants to die on his own terms. But instead of taking a lethal injection, he decides to use his wealth to create a roller coaster so powerful, it causes cerebral hypoxia — suffocating the brain ensuring a euphoric death.

“H Positive” explores the stratospheric heights of a somewhat deluded man — a man full of insecurity which money hides.

Mark has built a world for himself as a cut-throat professional — a person who relies on his career, but most importantly on the power his career gives him. Secretly, he thinks he’ll live forever, so when he is diagnosed with the fatal disease, he’s completely devastated.

If you had a prolonged terminal illness and money was no object, would you manipulate euthanasia so that you could die on your own terms?




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