Description: 16MM ELMO TRF, LATE 1960'S PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL, MEDICAL SCHOOL, PAIN CLINIC; Woman with bouffant looking uncomfortable, crying, in pain! Split screen...Pilgrims hoping for a miracle cure, priest blessing them, American faith healer, voodoo ritual ;Doctor visiting patient in hospital bed ;Model of brain, switchboard operators, mission control sorts, kaleidoscope vision of peds, distorted men carrying briefcases ;People in nice waiting room, man smoking, hospital corridor, man in wheelchair pushed up to desk, pain clinic sign ;Doctor examining man, man questioned by panel of doctors, doctors discussing patient ;Group of doctors walking down corridor, old woman in hospital bed, doctors talking to old woman, nurse pushing cart ;Woman taking medication, t/h in window over pharmaceutical production, the last shot is Spice Islands jars on conveyor ;Medications on shelves in drugstore, pills, spinal surgery, doctor talking with man with artificial hand (the doctor is great); Putting electrodes on mans neck, medical students in lecture hall ;Woman on torture device ('These machines are pain-producers' says the v/o, unnecessarily), one device is a loom ;Paralyzed man being hypnotized, very badly-off patient completely wrapped in bandages and surrounded by plastic curtains, damn ;Nurse puts headphones on pathetic patient, nurses change dressings on burn victim ;Family at table, woman making sandwiches, using electric skillet, boys playing in snow, kid in highchair ;Little boy sits on grandfathers lap, acupuncturist lecturing, using acupuncture on patient; Chinese brain surgery on conscious patient, woman giving birth, intercut with Chinese woman having a Caesarean section ;Hippie psychologist berating a square, Slo-Mo peds, distorted peds, old woman in physical therapy, Dr.Randolf Reed ;
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