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This only brings about anger and hostility in the patients because of the way she treats them: like children instead of men. This is put best when one patient, Charlie Cheswick (Sydney Lassick) says, “Rules? Piss on your fucking rules, Miss Ratched! ... I ain’t no little kid! When you’re gonna have cigarettes kept from me like cookies, and I want something done!” This shows that the patients felt demeaned and held at the same respect as that of a child...
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A nurse has a responsibility to reduce the amount of stress on a patient in mental facilities, not cause it. Electroshock therapy and pre-frontal lobotomy procedures are also used as a form of control in the film. These should be used in extreme cases where it is necessary or beneficial to the patient or not used at all...
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When Maxwell Taber questioned the nurse Ratched's authority, she punished him with electroconvulsive therapy. After the treatments made him completely docile, he was allowed to leave the hospital...
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