10 Best Movies for Nursing Students

7º – The Skeleton Key (Iain Softley, 2005)A nurse is given the opportunity to exercise more assertively to her profession by taking up a job to care for an elderly man in a house in the swamp. The trouble is that strange events linked to Satanism begin to happen on the spot, leaving the woman confused about her role in that environment. Interesting horror in some respects, ‘The Skeleton Key’ stumbles upon its exaggerated and meaningless ending. However, its engaging themes and positive horror constructions make the spectator’s experience justifiable.


6º – The Intouchables (Olivier Nakache, 2011)A young man has the chance to work for a rich tetraplegic man, rediscovering several of the pleasures of life, as well as offering his employer a chance to glimpse again the figure of happiness. ‘The Intouchables’ is productive in its central proposal, relying on a engaging and dynamic history, a quality direction and excellent performances in its core cast.

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