Whoa, scary. nice one.
Nurse Ratched! Perfect touch! Terrific MF.
Oooh- good one- what did he do yank the plumbing out ? thanks.
I'll have nightmares!
Izzy . . you are so right. My MFM refers to the very last sequence in the Milos Forman (1975) film "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" - about the best condemnation of despotism, egoism and control-freakery you're ever likely to see on the screen. In this scene, the gigantic Native American, Chief Bromden, rips the washstand from the floor and hurls it through a window to make his escape from the psychiatric hospital. Susan's picture of the hospital corridor reminded me of the scene where Nurse Ratched first appears, her black beret and cape making her look like a vampire as she marches menacingly down the corridor towards the camera.
Nurse Ratched strikes again. Can anyone beat her at her own game?Great fun Dr!Enjoyed the similarities and I see them in your MF!
Shame on you, Doctor! Mildred Ratched was a shining example of a woman who knew how to keep a bunch of crazy men under proper control. And if she can find a man's brain to fry she's a sight cleverer than I am.
Oh, WOW! that one could scare the bejeezus out of you! What a great take!!! Nurse Ratched??? Oh, no, not again! Terrific! Have a great week -- not scary, just great!Sylvia
Somehow I saw Jack Nicholson terrorising the Halls.
I don't usually like sequels, but this would be perfect!My MM: Escape
Terrific. Truly. And terrifying too!
Ya gotta love a chick in a Nurses outfit though!
I'm not sure which I like more-your take or fantastic Photshop skills!
Oh, I'd hate to be haunted by her. Eeeeek. If one must be haunted, why isn't it ever by a ghost resembling Johnny Depp?
LOL! I have to agree with Melanie... Love what you did with the image. I will have to watch that movie again ... It's been over 20 years and I donlt remember much of it.
Thanks to you all for your kind comments. (Mrs.Trellis . . do I detect an ironic note?)The movie dates from 36!! years ago, and I still rate it one of the best I ever saw. Crunching performances from the whole cast!Trouble is . . it was the first Jack Nicholson film I ever saw, and he's been a new editon Randall McMurphy ever since.
One of my favourite movies of all times!!! Great micro fiction. Cheers~
Would you believe I just saw this movie for the FIRST time just last week? Nurse Cratchit--Yikes!
So clever of you to superimpose that photo to the image. And scary!
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