Must see several of the classic medical film：In the screen, there are all kinds of gorgeous, shocking, also has a simple, sour. Off the screen, let’s touch the heart with our own eyes and pay tribute to the healer in the colorful time of the movie.
“Rogue doctor” in, the doctor Liu Wen of cynicism, put the high position that make money do not do, run to the place that all sorts of people gather to open clinic, cure the patient of multifarious of detective, prostitute, wanderer. In the film, Liu’s mentor says: “The highest level of all scientific generalizations is the same thing, which is philosophy.” Perhaps, because of this, Liu Wencai let his career toward the heart of benevolence, broad feelings difficult forward. The unique scene in Hong Kong film also makes us remember the classic image of Leung Chiu-wai, the actor who played Liu Wen, smoking a cigarette and playing the guitar, or wearing sunglasses and playing the piano. From his eyes, we can see the profound understanding of human life and the true heart of the doctor.
A Little bit of the Soul
For me, my favorite is probably the doctor who clowns his patients in A Little Bit of heart. Robin Williams has successfully recreated Dr. Patch Adams’s personalized practice. He dresses up as an orangutan, wears a clown’s red nose, or swims in bathtubs full of spaghetti for his patients, exchanging his antics for laughs because he believes that a good mood is the best weapon against illness. In his clinic, the fusion of the roles of doctor and friend reminded me of the pioneering man behind the film who was committed to humane treatment, and made me understand his idea that “doctors should treat people, not diseases, and that compassion, engagement and empathy are as important to doctors as wonder drugs and technological advances.” Point of view.
Saving Private Ryan
I was in awe of wade, a common soldier and army doctor. In the Normandy beach scene in “Saving Private Ryan,” almost all the soldiers are crouched on the beach, unable to move, but Wade carries a first aid kit across the sand, giving first aid to wounded soldiers. When a wounded man whom he had managed to stop bleeding was bombarded with bullets in the head, Wade sat on the ground and swore. As the war went on, Wade did more and more: rescuing Capatz from a German sniper, stopping his comrades from laughing and playing cards with dead soldiers in front of other soldiers. In those bullets everywhere whistling, let me see what is professional accomplishment. And the most real, but must be the most simple picture, moving.
In the screen, there are all kinds of gorgeous, shocking, also has a simple, sour. Off the screen, let’s touch the heart with our own eyes and pay tribute to the healer in the colorful time of the movie.