Synopsis: A couple goes to dangerous lengths to find a lung donor for their daughter.
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Director(s): Baltasar Kormákur
Production: IFC Films
  3 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
83 min

Any Reasonable Person Would act so.

I do not know.

- Let me finish.

Street crime,

drugs in schools.

And what Does this mean?

- He shot HIM.

You need our legal system

blame, not Mr. Ruiz.

He did only what Any father

Would Have done.

Also I am a father, and I Would not do it.

Give HIM a medal.

Now on to something important.

you just turn on

the Prosecutor INTEND...

Mr. Ruiz to sue.

- Ridiculous.

Attempted murder

His neighbor on...

Andrew Pechinsky...

- Sentenced for pedophilia.

Abuse of children.

- This is nonsense.

The defense...

... The child is not abused.

But if so?

Mr. Ruiz is not condemned.

Anyone who kills a child rapist,

deserves a medal.

No, I can not.

You can not judge their own games...

Justice. Justice.

Mr. Stanton?

- A question.

Why the charge?

Pechinsky had assaulted his son.

He says. Ruiz had the police

must go.

But he shot Mr. Pechinsky down.

An assailant.

- There are laws.

Ruiz is Pechinsky

life in a wheelchair.

Attempted murder.

- But the fact...

Hey, Paul.

- Sneak sneak inside you?

I wanted to act not disturb.

- You would not be seen with me.

Good morning.

That case is just your suicide.

Oh yeah? Should we Pechinsky stone?

There are many Latinos who want to do.

You think their voices.

- They need you.

Forget those cowboy boots

Go and learn Spanish.

I have come a long way in those boots.

Are you coming to my fundraiser?

I do not anyway, after my big check?

You call that fat?

You krenteriger than a donut.

I must make some difficult questions.

Your son had blood type O. He is a donor.

His organs could save many lives.

So the boy was three and a half hours

at home?

You have not made advances?

- We played video games.

They love the kids to.

- You are condemned.

You may not interact with children.

- That bastard shot me.

Receive more minors?

What are those questions?

I'm forever in a wheelchair.

I piss in a bag.

You have to defend me.

I'm prosecutor, you're a witness.

It leaves me cold where you pissing.

Answer the questions.

If I want to win the case...

I might let you testify.

I take it with you.

Paul Stanton.

I want Dr. Rubin speak.

Yes, I wait.

- We may have a donor.

He fits Chloe. But the UOS

has a receiver.

Get them to give Chloe the lung.


Say my appointments off.

- Blood and weight matched.

The tissue type is almost perfect.

The lungs go to Salt Lake City.

It takes too long.

My daughter could be here in fifteen minutes.

I am sorry

That boy is higher on the list.

This is for personnel.

You can not come here.

Chloe's LAS-classification was 91.2.

Is not that enough?

They have been waiting over seven months.

The body adjusts, the receiver is nearby.

If you submit the lungs,

helps nobody.

There are 98,000 people

on the waiting list.

Each case is an exception.

Excuse me.

Can I sleep with you?

- What you're heavy.

Because I can not play football.

That will come again.

- Mommy and I have seen you on TV.


- You were much too seriously.

You should smile more.

- So, there you go.

Good night.

- Chloe is right.

You should smile more often.

Go sit upright. Come here.

Enter here.

He is empty, get a new one.

Daddy get your medication. Hurry.

Ll al

- Papa get your medication, right?

It's okay, honey. Here.

But one, baby. But one.


Since the list came UOS,

There are 317,000 registered patients.

There are only two reasons

to be abolished.

They receive a donor organ,

or they die.

Why are you telling us?

After consultation with my colleagues

Unfortunately, we believe...

Chloe begins to phase 4.

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