“A ‘good death’ needs three things – it needs equipment, it needs medication and it needs the
staff to administer it…” Dr. Luke Evans MP
In a new and original film from Ickonic Media, we hear the heartbreaking stories from people who lost loved ones to fatal doses of morphine and Midazolam.
Each year, tens of thousands of elderly and terminally ill patients are quietly euthanised in NHS facilities. In hospitals, care homes and hospices, behind closed doors, their deaths are hastened in what appears to be a caring and humane way.
But how has this practice of euthanasia – illegal in the UK and carrying a life prison sentence – become so widespread and acceptable? And why are people who are nowhere near the end of their lives being given killer ‘cocktails’ of drugs that are used in many US states for
In the spring of 2020, a massive order for extra supplies of the sedative Midazolam was placed by the UK government with a factory in France, ostensibly for the treatment of Covid-19.
It was a new and experimental directive – one that didn’t make sense. Medics were puzzled but few spoke out. Had they done so, they may have asked why a combination of drugs that depresses breathing was being used to treat a respiratory illness?
Later, many would wonder whether the huge number of deaths that occurred as a result of using these drugs constituted “the first wave” of Covid. Is the use of ‘end of life’ medications nothing more than state-sanctioned murder or is it a kindness to those deemed to be at death’s door? Or is there something more sinister going on?
Could it be that Midazolam was imported and administered in an attempt to wipe out certain sections of society in order to save money on pensions, benefits and hospitalisations? Is this shocking protocol destined to become the norm and, if so, why?
A Good Death? sees the relatives of victims asking all these questions and more. They need answers. All their stories bear striking similarities but the one main thing they have in common is an inability to grieve and a belief that this can only happen when the truth is out and justice is
“It’s not a normal passing… You feel something, you know something is wrong”
A Good Death premieres for free on Sunday December 5th 2021, exclusively on Ickonic.com. After which it will be available to stream to
all Ickonic subscribers.