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Every year, more than 15 million people worldwide suffer a stroke, with five million of them resulting in fatality and another five million causing permanent disability. Despite the stark statistics, many people don’t know the signs and symptoms of stroke, which include sudden numbness or weakness in the face, arms, or legs, confusion, severe headache, and trouble speaking, seeing, or walking.
Visitors to Venice could be forgiven for not realizing that beyond the majesty of St. Mark’s Square and the romance of gondola rides lies a city that centuries ago helped provide a baseline of what the world knows today about containing pandemics.
"One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest" is a very special movie, and although it was made at the end of the last century, many people are still talking about it. One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest was the best picture winner at the 48th Academy Awards. Scores and awards can not fully explain the value of a work, each film will have different meaning to different audiences, this film is the same, you need to watch it to know why the film is so popular, and received so many audiences.
While it may appear to be a documentary, the film, based on a play by August Wilson protégé Mark Clayton Southers, is also part "fictional drama."
Lucy has a perfect, privileged life. She is rising in a Manhattan advertising startup, husband Adrian is a successful surgeon, and they have friends, connections and a sweet condo.
With increasing attacks on doctors, the medical students, now in their final year at the college, have recirculated the short film to step up awareness.
Writer/Director Austin Stark and actor Colman Domingo talk about their new film, The God Committee, starring Kelsey Grammer and Julia Stiles.
Antonia Campbell-Hughes is terrific as an underworld medic in a noirish thriller that does its best to bypass its actors’ talents