Pleasantville by Christie Ulloa SHOT - Setting In a world that is too good, any minor infractions committed are immediately punished. In hospital room 264, Emely witnesses and celebrates the death of a criminal. Int. scene - description Emely strolls into Saint Joseph’s Hospital with a smile on her face. She notices all the people around her. As she sees that all of the people are either missing limbs or are covered with white bandages, her smile grow larger. Nurse Welcome to Saint Joseph’s Hospital! How can I help, help, help you? Emely (happily) I;m here to visit my sister, Sarah Chavez! Nurse Chavez? What was her offense? It’ll be much easier to locate her. Emely Oh, no! No offense committed. She’s just having …show more content…
That way I could actually distinguish whether it’s 8 AM or 8 PM. Nurse (shocked) You want darkness! Why on earth would you want such a depressing thought in the air? Imagine if the sun actually went away? There’d be no sunshine all the time. Who would want this? They should be, well-well, they should be shot! A group of police officers and security guards turn their heads towards Emely and the nurse. Emely (smiling brightly at the group of onlookers) Of course that’s true. I was only joking. I just recently watched a horror movie about an alternate universe. It was scary. For twelve hours of the day, it was dark. People got away with saying rude things. They were allowed to do anything. There was an orderly in a hospital talking on his cell phone, and he didn’t even get his hand cut off! Anyways, this just reminded me of that movie. Nurse Well, next time keep in mind that jokes are supposed to bring more happiness. Now hurry along. A baby’s coming. Emely made her way towards room 264. On the way, she sees an actual orderly with his hand cut off. She smiles, knowing that justice was served when he was caught talking on the phone in the hospital. …show more content…
I like to believe that she’ll be going on to a better place. Emely (frustrated) What? No! You have to help her. She’s my sister. Doctor (serious) I’d watch the volume of your voice. You don’t want me to call security over to surgically remove your voice box, do you? Emely I apologize. I’m just really nervous. I shouldn’t have raised my voice, but I will turn myself in and take my punishment. Doctor It’s quite all right. I’m a good citizen, so I wont report you this time. Emely Thank you! So what exactly is wrong with Sarah? Doctor (chuckling) Well, she’s hemorrhaging. We can’t stop it. It almost looks like a marvelous red rainbow painting the sky. I’m quite certain that she will die on the table, but let’s try to think positive thoughts. After an indefinite amount of time, Sarah finally gives birth to a healthy baby boy. Sarah (to Emely) I’m so happy this is all over! I’m just sad that after all this work, I’m still not going to be a mother. Emely Sarah! You should be proud of yourself. That devil baby gave you a hemorrhage. At least we know now that he’s a criminal. Imagine the horrors he could do if he were allowed to grow up. Be grateful we found out early.
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Besides being showcased to the public as a medical rarity by her physician, patient L faced a multitude of other various problems with the Sutter Davis staff. When she first arrived to the hospital, the woman working at the front desk greeted her poorly. Patient L was told by the woman that “’[she] had to wait her turn,’ even though nobody else was there.” In the middle of filling out some medical paperwork, a young child and his mother walked into the hospital about ten minutes after patient L did. Within minutes of walking in, the two of them were called upon to see a doctor. The two of them were helped before patient L was, despite the fact that she showed up long before them and was already waiting fifteen agonizing minutes with no one else ahead of
However, three ethical decisions that this learning will make after viewing the film is to always assist individual to the best of your ability, despite personal issues with loved ones or friends; next, always report crimes, no matter the consequence they may have; and last but not least, stand up for what’s right, even if it leads to misfortune. The pros of each of these decisions is peace within yourself. However, one of the cons is dealing with negative pressures. For example, when you report a crime, you may be summoned to court, and have to deal with the negative criticism.
Through two metal, cold doors, I was exposed to a whole new world. Inside the Gouverneur Correctional Facility in New York contained the lives of over 900 men who had committed felonies. Just looking down the pathway, the grass was green, and the flowers were beautifully surrounding the sidewalks. There were different brick buildings with their own walkways. You could not tell from the outside that inside each of these different buildings 60 men lived. On each side, sharing four phones, seven showers, and seven toilets. It did not end there, through one more locked metal door contained the lives of 200 more men. This life was not as beautiful and not nearly as big. Although Gouverneur Correctional Facility was a medium security prison, inside this second metal door was a high wired fence, it was a max maximum security prison. For such a clean, beautifully kept place, it contained people who did awful, heart-breaking things.
At the beginning of their journey, they shocked from the dream that comes true. They have to have adapted with the reality as they become a part of Pleasantville and it is difficult to go back their home. David converted to Bud Parker and Jennifer to Mary Sue the son and daughter on the show. David’s behaviors have changed once he arrived Pleasantville, Jennifer seems afraid of Pleasantville, but her brother encourages her frequently to be effective in the community. Bud (David) that person who does not recognize the life prior Pleasantville begins to act positively by working at restaurant with an artist who makes difference later to the city. Furthermore, he keeps supporting Mary (Jennifer) to live the life and meet a famous guy in Pleasantville
Whoosh!A bed whizzed by, surrounded by about 6 medical personnel. “What’s going on?” I thought immediately with apprehension. I knew whatever was happening it was not ideal. Ensuring I was not in the way, I stood on my toes to see what demanded so much attention. To my astonishment, I saw a coin sized hot-pink little girl. She could not have been bigger than two quarters lying side by side.She was struggling! Even with all the procedures the doctors were executing to save her life, she was performing the most work.
Popular culture is the artistic and creative expression in entertainment and style that appeals to society as whole. It includes music, film, sports, painting, sculpture, and even photography. It can be diffused in many ways, but one of the most powerful and effective ways to address society is through film and television. Broadcasting, radio and television are the primary means by which information and entertainment are delivered to the public in virtually every nation around the world, and they have become a crucial instrument of modern social and political organization. Most of today’s television programming genres are derived from earlier media such as stage, cinema and radio. In the area of comedy, sitcoms have proven the most durable and popular of American broadcasting genres. The sitcom’s success depends on the audience’s familiarity with the habitual characters and the situations
I assumed that each color would have an individual meaning, but as the film progressed I realized that color as a whole had a much deeper connotation. Through the usage of color, the movie was able to tackle major social issues, which are deeply rooted concerns in cultures and society everywhere. Namely, the element of change - as interpreted from the film's constant stress on the town of Pleasantville's morals. Including the symbolism of sin, as many of the non-colored feared.
In 2012 there was a hospital shooting that left 3 people wounded. According to Mike Oliver the security officers did everything they could do to make sure their people were safe. According to Liz Moore the spokeswoman for the hospital "There is a security plan and it was implemented." However even if the plan was implemented to protect the hospital, how are the officers suppose to protect anyone from if they are not armed? If an armed man or woman barges into the hospital, why would they put their self in front of a gun without any kind of protection? If the officers had guns to protect maybe the two hospital staff members wouldn’t have gotten hurt, they could have stopped him before they even found his first victim. Are every hospital making their security officers walk around unarmed? The Baptist facilities all over the United States hire retired police officers who are able and trained in open carrying a gun. While they are allowed to open carry they also know how to not use the gun for every little thing, but trained to take down a person causing harm to others by different tactics. The different facilities need different tactics. At mental hospitals the officers cannot care a firearm based on that they are around mentally ill individuals. Are there different policies for each type of hospital or is it the same policy for the majority of hospitals? How many different