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Synopsis :
This movie follows about a couple of husband and wife that has three children. One of their children is Kate, who suffers leukimia disease and Kate have younger sister, Anna. Anna forced her self to be passive at school because she need to support her sister in order to make sure Kate continue her life. Then, Anna get know she need to donate her kidneys to Kate because Kate suffers from renal failure. Kate asked Anna to sued their parents because Kate would not survive the surgery and she wants to die. Anna decides to take her parents to court and Anna wins the case. Later, Kate dies at the hospital. The family accept this fade and move on with their ordinary life.
Stakeholders :
Anna Fitzgerald : Anna is the youngest child that was born of vitro fertilization. Anna realized that only she can save Kate with the organs she need to survive and her desire to live without extraordinary burden.
Sara Fitzgerald : Sara is the mother of this family. She sacrifice her life on efforts to keep Kate alive and try to fulfill all Kate’s wish. Sara single-minded focus to saving Kate that causes bad impact of relationship to her husband and two other children.
Kate Fitzgerald : Kate is the middle child suffers with cancer disease nearly her entire life and knows she will die. She tried to survive her life without burdened her family.
The main Villian and also hero/heroine in this movie :
Sara Fitzgerald is the main villion in this movie. Besides that, Anna Fitzgerald is the hero/heroine in this movie.
Ethical Dilemma of the Villion :
For Sara, her dilemma is whether to conceive a child for the purpose of saving another child’s life. Besides that, she also facing dilemma whether want to force Anna to donate kidneys to her dying sister. Then, she facing dilemma whether to let Kate die or make her efforts to save Kate.
Ethical Dilemma of the hero/heroine :
For Anna, her dilemma is whether to sue her mother in order to fulfill Kate wish or just follow her mother wish.

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