End Game | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

End Game | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

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Netflix’s latest documentary explores the end-of-life support system provided by doctors, nurses, and hospice professionals. Now streaming on Netflix.

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  • Alexandra Pierce1

    February 24, 2019

    As a hospice nurse I find that it is time we discuss both life and death. 100 yrs ago we all got to personally deal with dying and death as dying is not medical as we will all experience it. We then took that experience and sanitized it, put it under bright lights with beeping machines and turned it into something cold, clinical and to be "managed". I believe that we all need to be comfortable with our loved ones and allow them to be in their own beds, homes surrounded by those who they love and love them listening to familiar sounds, smelling familiar and comfortable scents and not to be feared as we travel along this road of life which we will all traverse. Kudos on a beautiful documentary.

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  • Khani Xia2

    February 24, 2019

    I cried my bloody eyes out when I saw they all died, even the unknown woman in the bed 😓 my heart ached so bad

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  • sticky soda3

    February 24, 2019

    new avengers looks sick

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  • Withel Watifaker4

    February 24, 2019

    "We are in the end game now"

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  • Deadpool5

    February 24, 2019

    I am here after it got nominated for Oscar, what about you?

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  • bethelshiloh6

    February 24, 2019

    Why did you feel you had to make a disrespectful joke about President Trump at the very beginning? Damn! You just had to ruin it from the beginning for a lot of people. Haters.

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  • Kayla Dever7

    February 24, 2019

    As an oncology nurse I have gotten very comfortable with death. I have held many hands through end-of-life discussions, been looked at by families of patients I have cared for, sometimes for months, knowing that my opinion matters to them, that they need to be told they are doing the right thing for their loved one, and they need to hear it from me, their friend and nurse who has been with them for all of the moments, even more than they need to hear it from a physician. I have hugged grown men who barely know me as they sob after making the decision to let their mother go. I have left with tear-soaked shoulders as I told daughters who provided the cells that gave their father hope, that it wasn't their fault that, that they gave him a chance. And I have witnessed the immense peace and comfort that washes over a family and patient when they make that decision and face death with dignity. Life is a terminal condition; it begins, and it ends. It is so important to think about how you want your end to look like and tell those who you love. This documentary is an exceptionally beautiful and truthful look at end of life care and what a palliative team can do to enrich and enhance life and support a patient and their family in their last days. Take the time to watch this one, even if it makes you uncomfortable. Especially if it makes you uncomfortable.

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  • MyNana4208

    February 24, 2019

    Can't afford Netflix, so I can't tell you if it's an accurate view of the nursing care that really exists or the flowery version the doctors, nurses and staff want everyone to believe. I don't know what end of life support system they've made up, but there isn't any, unless you have MONEY, and lots of it. For the rest of us, that support system amounts to nothing more than , sign here so we can take everything you own, just as soon as you are dead. And after you sign, they throw you in a bed, won't give you your meds, won't help you bath, eat or use the restroom. Make fun of you and the other patients when visiting hours are over and often become very abusive to those who can no longer speak. The most horrible experience of my life was having to be in one. Think I'm making this up, look at the Louisiana Department of Health. I live in Az and they did that 20 years ago here to those who had aids. Closed the only nursing home they had and just left them in the street to die.

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  • M97149

    February 24, 2019

    I am definitely going to watch this. working as a carer that is what we do everyday, knowing that the patient is probably never going to wake the day after. to be there for them every single day, talk to them and bring a smile on their faces is everything. that is what this show is about. That is what I do. And I am in love with this job.

    PS. some comments on here are just…..

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  • Jack Dolah10

    February 24, 2019

    What is mitra's diseases I know it's cancer but what kind

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  • Kingping11

    February 24, 2019

    oh fuck… i cant even watch the trailer without crying….

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  • Xula F12

    February 24, 2019

    I cried like a freaking baby watching this.

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  • Andrew Williams13

    February 24, 2019

    Are there any American homeless or poor people shown who are dumped on the street in a hospital gown instead of receiving terminal care?

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  • Tina Suter14

    February 24, 2019

    I am almost 9 mins into this film and I had to stop, Idk if the people that made this film will read this but its 2:50 in the morning and I had to write this comment. I lost my father in law last July. If it hadn't have been for Hospirus, I really don't know if he could have stayed at home like he wanted. I still thank God every single day for the nurses and people who came out to our house in the middle of no where and made it possible for him to pass at home. Thank you to EVERYONE in this film and around the world for doing this job. For caring ❤ enough to be there for the people who need them desperately. God bless. I'm sorry for the long comment, I just wanted to say THANK YOU!

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  • Teri Rose15

    February 24, 2019

    While I hear the comments people have, I also think it is part of the problem. Death is a part of life and people don't want to see it or deal with it which inevitably ends in deaths that are painful and people making decisions that prolong their lives in terrible states. This is meant to show the reality and how it can be better. There is compassionate care out there and people can be in charge of their own decision making on how they want to finish out their lives. It is about compassionate caregivers who face death head on every day and try to make patients and families as comfortable as possible and help show that they do have decision making that will benefit them. It shows than when many physicians say "there is nothing more we can do" and leave you feeling alone to face the end of life, there is a team of people who will take care of you and not leave you. The comments on this page are so disappointing. Yes rather than help yourselves you would rather watch another show on t.v. This is not meant to be entertainment. It is meant to show life lived until the end and educate people. When your end is near, you will be grateful you even watched this trailer.

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  • Isaac Rivas16

    February 24, 2019

    Loved this so much. Thx Netflix

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  • lllumantixx7 Productions17

    February 24, 2019

    My brother was almost on hospice (if that's how you spell it)

    Although he did eventually Survive (he had a 10% chance of survival) it is sad seeing this and seeing those who wasn't so lucky.

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  • Aura Companion18

    February 24, 2019

    Hahahhahaahha

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  • Patama Gomutbutra19

    February 24, 2019

    I am looking forward to see this documentary on May 4th!

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  • Omkar Sethi20

    February 24, 2019

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  • Union TV21

    February 24, 2019

    Manager : Ghost

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  • End Well: Design for the End of Life Experience22

    February 24, 2019

    BJ Miller said it right, "There isn't anything inherently medical about dying… it's purely human." Thrilled to see this trailer up! Very honored to be a part of this film and the movement!

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  • Jayzi23

    February 24, 2019

    I will probably watch this, and cry like a baby no doubt

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  • HAMNO GAMES24

    February 24, 2019

    Stranger things 3

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  • Astrox_ 0226

    February 24, 2019

    I like your app but I would like that they went up deadpool or dragon ball super or if they could the 7,8,9 season old age walking

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  • jo Aohawk28

    February 24, 2019

    Wakfu season 4

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  • Liberatus Blair29

    February 24, 2019

    The one endgame where players are not encouraged to reach it.
    Because winning there is not an option and losing is always inevitable.

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  • delbongo31

    February 24, 2019

    Netflix still killing it with the comedy specials

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  • TooHardToThink32

    February 24, 2019

    So Im probably stupid and not seeing what this was actually about but what I saw this as is a show about how people deal with people they know dying? And people are in the comments talking about no, I want season whatever out not this.. Is that disrespectful? or am I dumb?

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  • Errico Malatesta33

    February 24, 2019

    This is exactly why LSD MDMA Psilocybin and Ayahuasca should be legal for medical use. People on their death bed are afraid, and these drugs help you examine and appreciate the life you've lived, no matter how brief or mediocre you might think it was.

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  • FireguiQuen BR34

    February 24, 2019

    I really like arrow, and I would like to know what day it launches the 6 season on netflix, sorry if I wrote something wrong, it's that I'm from Brasile do not know speak english very well.

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  • Rizafan20335

    February 24, 2019

    I honestly think this is touching. Not many people get to see this side of Healthcare. I'm currently a CNA student and I'm seeing some of this side of things at Clinical site I'm currently at and it makes me think about, "If I go looking for employment as a CNA do I want to do Long Term (such as Hospice) or do I want the more brighter side of it where people are gonna be leaving the facility and living on?" I haven't decided on what I want to do as a CNA but this documentary will definitely open up eyes to the world these doctors and nurses, even CNAs go through as they help out these individuals in this type of care.

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