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''Living 'til the End'' is a 2005 romantic drama film written and directed by Amanda Goodwin, starring Sean Maher and Jaime Ray Newman.

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''Living 'til the End'' is a 2005 romantic drama film written and directed by Amanda Goodwin, starring Sean Maher Creator/SeanMaher and Jaime Ray Newman.Creator/JaimeRayNewman.


''Living 'til The End'' is a 2005 film drama by Writer/Director Amanda Goodwin, starring Sean Maher and Jaime Ray Newman.

Jack Whilton, an estate planner, learns from a psychic that he is to die on his next birthday, so he becomes an agoraphobic shut-in, determined to prevent his death. Then he meets Audrey, a young woman in his building who is dying and asks him to help plan her estate. Through his relationship with her, he begins to learn how to live again.



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''Living 'til The the End'' is a 2005 film romantic drama film written and directed by Writer/Director Amanda Goodwin, starring Sean Maher and Jaime Ray Newman.

Jack Whilton, Whilton (Maher), an estate planner, learns from a psychic that he is to die on his next birthday, so he becomes an agoraphobic shut-in, determined to prevent his death. Then he meets Audrey, Audrey (Newman), a young woman in his building who is dying and asks him to help plan her estate. Through his relationship with her, he begins to learn how to live again.



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* OnceMoreWithClarity: When Jack and Audrey are on the plane, Jack is passed out and we see Audrey writing something. We assume it is a letter, or maybe even a start on her next book. At the very end of the film, we see the scene again and hear from a voiceover that Audrey is writing [[spoiler:her suicide note.]]

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* ShownTheirWork: Executive producer Coco Ginsburg and lead actress Jaime Ray Newman spent months going to [[spoiler:suicide survivor]] support groups to make sure they had Audrey's portrayal spot on.




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* MeaningfulName: Or rather, initials, as Audrey Gerson's initials are the same as Amanda Goodwin's.


''Living 'til The End'' is a 2005 film drama by Writer/Director Amanda Goodwin, starring Sean Maher and Jamie Ray Newman.

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''Living 'til The End'' is a 2005 film drama by Writer/Director Amanda Goodwin, starring Sean Maher and Jamie Jaime Ray Newman.


* BigDamnHeroes: Averted hard with [[spoiler:Jack]]

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* BigDamnHeroes: Averted hard with [[spoiler:Jack]]

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* EiffelTowerEffect: In the montage when they are walking around Paris

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* EatingTheEyeCandy: Melanie does this to Jack when he walks by and says hello to Audrey.


* RewatchBonus: The second time through, try watching it with a [[spoiler: checklist of suicide warning signs handy. Audrey's behavior will make a lot more sense.]]


* AllPartOfTheShow: At the beginning, [[spoiler: Cynthia wants to leave Jack for another man, so she pays off a psychic to reveal her "affair" so he will break up with her. When the psychic also predicts that Jack will die on his next birthday, Cynthia assumes that it's part of the psychic's schtick.]]
* BigDamnHeroes: Averted hard with [[spoiler:Jack]]



* KicktheDog: What Jack's girlfriend does at the beginning of the film. It is later revealed that [[spoiler:she set up the fortune teller to tell Jack that she was having an affair, so he would break up with her.]] She tells him this, casually.

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* KicktheDog: What Jack's girlfriend Cynthia does at the beginning of the film. It is later revealed that [[spoiler:she set up the fortune teller to tell Jack that she was having an affair, so he would break up with her.]] She tells him this, casually.



* RewatchBonus: The second time through, try watching it with a [[spoiler: checklist of suicide warning signs handy. Audrey's behavior will make a lot more sense.]]
* TheReveal: Right before the end, we learn that Audrey [[spoiler: does not have a terminal condition. She is severely depressed, and all of the talk about dying and hiring an estate planner to put her affairs in order is part of a complex ideation of suicide. And apparently she has done this before.]]



* WhamLine: When Jack meets Cynthia in the hallway, he offers consolation for Audrey's "condition." Cynthia is uncertain what he means, so he clarifies, "She's dying." Cynthia's response: [[spoiler:"Not again!"]]

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* WhamLine: When Jack meets Cynthia Melanie in the hallway, he offers consolation for Audrey's "condition." Cynthia Melanie is uncertain what he means, so he clarifies, "She's dying." Cynthia's Melanie's response: [[spoiler:"Not again!"]]


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* FridgeHorror: Jack admits to Dr. Shaw that, while on a vacation as a young boy, [[spoiler:he killed his father who was suffering pain from a terminal disease. However, we only have Jack's word that his father explicitly asked to be euthanized.]]

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