Ondi Timoner – “Last Flight Home” & The Right to Die | The Daily Show

Published on November 30, 2022

“It was terrifying, but also the most beautiful and sacred space any of us had ever been in.” Filmmaker Ondi Timoner discusses her film, “Last Flight Home,” about how California’s End of Life Option Act was a gift to her ailing father, Eli Timoner, and how his decision allowed their family to say goodbye and celebrate his life. #DailyShow #Comedy




  • The United Nation 1 year ago

    The right to die is similar to abortion. My sister is a nurse in Texas, and women who will die/suffer/injured, or were rap*d should make the decision for their own bodies.

  • Stavros K. 1 year ago

    Celebrate his life……once you’re dead, you are COMPLETELY irrelevant.

  • Wanda Pease 1 year ago

    I am so glad to live in Oregon with the right to make the choice of my time to die. To recognize that the choice is gentle, caring, and mine.

  • Kimi Fia Minor 1 year ago

    Trevor is an amazing individual. Thank you for this story. I firmly believe ending your life is your choice.

  • 10milesfromnowhere 1 year ago

    What a great and beautiful interview.

  • Arthur 1 year ago

    Last Flight Home is a wonderful movie. It shows us how important it is to accept death as the ultimate part of life. When death is immanent, we need to be able to die gracefully. Mr. Timoner was a fortunate man.

  • Fajri Kurniawan 1 year ago

    what a beautiful story for all of us, I want to watch the film later on

  • BJ DeFilippo 1 year ago

    We passed a compassionate dying law in Oregon 15 years ago or so. We got folks who moved there for the option to make that choice. Interestingly, many decided against it, but they were able to find peace knowing they could.

  • D.E. 1 year ago

    The right to end my life is one of the biggest reasons I have stayed in Oregon.

  • Cayo Hern 1 year ago

    Like 450. It’ll be a sad day when Trevor leaves the Daily Show.

  • April Martin Chartrand, M.S. 1 year ago

    My body my choice to go as I choose fit. No person other than myself should control my choice to live and transition as I feel is my right. This is a wonderful conversation about true freedom of choice and to keep one’s dignity till the end. Thanks for doing this documentary on this topic.

  • BlackHoleBrew42 1 year ago

    Let’s all watch Dig! again

  • Muhammad Musa 1 year ago

    I am short of words to describe Trevor’s ability to conduct a decent interview and allow his guess to express themselves. Once again excellent interview Trevor I feel like I watched the movie already. Keep doing what you are doing my Guy.

  • ksc 1 year ago

    Interesting to hear there are some states in America who have this compassionate law. I’ve never heard it spoken about anywhere except in controversial terms. I’ve always believed in it. When one no longer have quality of life through severe illness, and you are of sound mind to choose to go gently, it should be your choice.

  • King Jive 1 year ago

    Well I hope they bring it into cinemas in Europe because I definitely won’t get Paramount+

  • Cassie Vining 1 year ago

    I would love a conversation about Death Doulas, as well. I think having a Death Doula help prepare one for transitioning from life to passing could be a great help. I watched a video on it on here by Caitlin Doughty. her channel is ask a mortician


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