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In Her Blind Date Some Other Person Came And R#pe Her, She Decides To Take Revenge



A traumatized nurse (Rosamund Pike) hatches an elaborate revenge scheme against the man (Shiloh Fernandez) who raped her on a blind date.
Release date: 14 August 2015 (USA)
Director: Fouad Mikati
Written by: Patricia Beauchamp; Joe Gossett

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  1. As a nurse, Im tired of the emergency cricothyrotomy being performed with pens and straws and shit. It doesnt happen people. Yeah, this procedure is done in hospitals in emergencies when the patient does not have an airway, but people dont just go around doing in restaurants and shopping malls. As a nurse am I trained how to do it: Yes. But there is literally no situation I can think of where I would have to do one in the hospital setting. It would always be done by a surgeon or anesthesiologist. As for medical professionals doing the procedure in the field, thats just not done. It would be done by a paramedic when they arrive in the ambulance. But like chest tubes made from tubing from a vending machine, this is just movie and TV sensationalism. Real life medical treatments are nothing like the crap they show people on TV. But because of these fictional dramatizations people have such absolutely no idea what goes on in a hospital and when they see the reality, they just end up getting pissed off at the doctors and nurses. I just hate it. Thanks for the listening to me vent.

  2. I know this is a movie, not real, but if you're cruel enough to hurt a dog, not even killing him, you deserve EVERY shit in your life

    She deserved every bad thing happened to her, she's innocent

    I was so sad at first because I am a survival from sexual assault but man, the dog didn't deserve this at all, that dog knew her true inside

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