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One Flew Over The CooCoo's Nest

             One Flew over the Coo-Coo's nest is about a man (Jack Nicholson) who is committed to a Mental Hospital after being transported from a jail for breaking the law. He gets put in the hospital because when he is put on trial old person. He teaches them to gamble and makes bets with them. But even though he is given food and a bed he seems to always feel coupe up and doesn't like so he escapes. At first he teaches the mental people to play basketball but when that doesn't go good try to think of different ways to escape such as throwing a sink through a window, but finally he comes up with a solution by climbing over the fence. .
             One flew over the Coo Coo's Nest is a 1975 film portraying life inside a mental hospital. This film is presented to you from the patient's perspective. There are many types of disorders and illnesses seen in this hospital. Randall Patrick McMurphy.
             McMurphy made a bet with the ward's patients that he would lift an unbelievably heavy marble sink. In the film amarble sink? plays the role of a symbol. Explain. McMurphy was an energetic, swaggering, wisecracking, non-conformist prisoner who thinks that he could get out of doing work.
             Ken Kesey's use of symbolism in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest transforms the novel and the hospital within the novel a microcosm of society, a battle between the sane and insane, the conformist and the non-conformist. Randle McMurphy's arrival influenced the lives of almost every person.
             Despite the sad ending, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is an uplifting, joyous story of human triumph and hope? is an accurate and thought-provoking statement about this movie. Although this movie is about psychologically challenged individuals and has an ending in which the main character.he pleads guilty for reason of insanity. At first when he is put in there he makes some friends pretty quickly because to them he seems like an average.
             A grim satire set among the patients and workers in a mental institution tells the story (narrated by an inmate) of an energetic con man who seeks institutionalization as a means of escaping the rigors of a prison work farm.

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