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心灵点滴电影观后感

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发表时间:2020-10-17 21:27

不是第一次看这部电影,眼涙也不是第一次汩汩而流了。


五一劳动节连续假期的第一天,下午我决定留给自己,偶然乱转电视下,我看了这部HBO播映的电影《心灵点滴》(PatchAdams),也明白了男主角名字中--Patch象徵的修补之意。


这部片和男主角罗宾威廉斯主演的另外两部电影:《美梦成真》、《心灵捕手》一样,都是令我回味再三,脍炙人口的好片。


男主角派奇是位传统医界视为「不走正道」的医学院学生,虽然他的医学院成绩优秀无比,却在操行成绩上落得了个「过度快乐」的评语。


他认为医生不该被社会过度的神格化,享受过多的尊荣和敬畏,而使为人医者渐渐失去原本从医助人的初衷。称一句「XXX医生」,不代表这个人放的屁就比较香,走路大家就要让一边。「医生」二字,实际上是代表对自己坚持助人的一种宣誓。


所以他在医院实习时,看遍了传统医院制度的麻木不仁,偏离人性之后,内心产生觉悟,下定决心要开一间梦想中的医院。于是他和理念相同的伙伴们,在风景优美的山间,建立了一所「以家为本」的免费看诊医院。


面对接踵而来传统医界的抨击和质疑声浪,派奇总以「横眉冷对千夫指」之姿慷慨陈言,毫无所惧;而在病童面前,他却变成了「俯首甘为孺子牛」的大玩偶,搞笑做怪,只为了博得稚子纯真的一笑。


在这些外界考验前,他是个勇者;但来自内部的挫折却一度重击了他,几乎不支倒地。


同为医学院学生,也是他的亲密爱人--凯琳,一路跟著他一起实现梦想,胼手胝足地打造了心目中的爱心医院。与派奇的相识相恋,更让凯琳逐步尝试让自己告别本身不为人知的伤痛。


只是没想到,助人这件事,它可贵和可叹的就是,它是一种冒险。


因为听了派奇自身走出忧郁的经验分享,她决定从帮助别人中找回帮助自己,肯定自己的力量,即使她直觉地有些担心害怕,仍然决定信任他人地只身前往探望一名精神病患,而忽视了病患本身精神状态并不稳定的潜在高度风险。最后,她遭遇了严重的不幸。


这使我想起有部电视影集《ER》(急诊室的春天)的某一段情节。


一位年轻急诊医生--大卫,平时对一位好发问又好管闲事的医学院实习生又爱又恨。两人之间很不对盘,但又有一种微妙的好感情愫。有次,来了个病人,本身精神情况也是很不稳定,在急救过程中需要从脊椎打麻醉针,照理这应该由医生来做,但这位医生却故意让实习生练习,想让实习生出糗以知难而退,结果她果然技术不佳,弄得病人痛得要命几乎抓狂。


但更严重的事却在后面。没想到这位病人一直记恨在心,妄想医生都要害他,趁著医生们忙著放假过节的松懈,以预藏的刀将认真学习,立志成为一名好医生的女实习生,一刀封喉毙命。


电影中的派奇和电视影集里的大卫医生一样,他们原本飞扬的自信和旺盛的生存斗志,一夕之间完全被这样的意外事件所击溃,从此陷入自责沮丧的深渊。


所幸,生命的无常,可贵的便是它让人绝望的同时,它也给了人无限的希望。自责难过到曾经也想轻生的派奇,终于在山顶上再度找到了自己看待生命的角度,重燃起以往助人为乐的信心和勇气。


他坚信,医病之间也是一种人际关系,不应该照著传统教科书所言,做情感切割,反而要贴切相连。所以医生不该只是躲在象牙塔里做实验,或是开药动手术,而是要尽早地学会和人相处,学习倾听和交谈。


同时,在他的定义中,医生就是广义的助人者,而所谓医疗行为,要治疗的不是一种病,而是一个人。


对抗疾病可能会失败,但如果以人性的同理心对待病人,抱著互助为济的精神,则帮助病人,陪伴病人度过疾病苦痛,这件事是永远都不会失败的。


这部电影是由真人真事所改编,片尾叙述这位派奇医生在电影拍摄结束为止,已正著手重新建立他的「家人医院」,而且目前也己有了近3000名的医生,正排队准备加入他的行列。


这部片有许多发人深省的对白,例如:「死亡并不可怕,可怕的是冷漠。」等等,一字一句都敲入我心。


而派奇对女主角深情款款朗读了一段智利诗人聂鲁达(PabloNeruda)的情诗,收录在100LoveSonnets/CienSonetosDeAmor(聂鲁达一百首爱的十四行诗),短诗17(Sonnet17),我也很喜欢。


买了这本书也蛮久的了,看了这部片,也激发了我读这些诗的念头了,它们真美。抄了诗,和大家分享如下:


我爱你,但不把你当成玫瑰,


或宝石,或火炮射出的箭。


我爱你,像爱恋某些神秘事物,


秘密地跟在你灵魂左右。


我爱你,如同一株从不开花,


但自身隐含著花朵花芒的植物;


感谢你那带著充实的香味的爱,


自大地升起,静静地存在于我的躯体中。


我爱你,不知道如何去爱,何时去爱,又从何地去爱,


我直接了当地爱你,不复杂也不傲慢;


我是如此爱你,因为除此之外我别无他法。


还有什么方式:我不存在,你也不存在,


如此亲密,所以你放在我胸前的手便是我的手,


如此亲密,所以你闭上眼睛的时候,我也睡著了。


昨晚在《医事法》的课上看完了电影《心灵点滴》,感慨万千,一夜难眠。


曾几何时,我也是非常同情患者的,为什么现在变得这样冷漠呢?记得实习的时候,我和闺蜜都曾不止一次为病人死亡而痛哭流涕,闺蜜甚至当时哭得比家属还伤心。而现在如果再看到实习生为病人哭泣,我们只会觉得他们“太幼稚了”。


我研究生读的是神经内科,病房里大部分病人是脑梗塞,我每天去看他们时都要进行神经系统查体,然后指导他们进行康复训练。我印象很深的一个病人是个老太太,来的时候大面积脑梗,半身几乎全瘫了,大部分肌肉肌力为0,只有个别的部分还可以微动,肌力为1,不过她的意识是清晰的。这样的病人多数来讲恢复得都不好,因为肌力为0,他们很难用上力,我只能安慰老太太说,剩余活着的脑细胞可能还可以部分代偿这些功能吧,现在最好努力活动这些还可以微动的部分,让它们刺激刺激脑细胞。而让我惊奇的是,没过几天,老太太的脚居然能动了!后来手也微微能动一点,于是我抓住机会每天鼓励她进行功能锻炼,教她锻炼肌力,后来出院的时候,这半身的肌力基本可以达到3-4级,已经很了不起了!我告诉她,后期还需要长期的锻炼,想站起来还是有希望的,她和家属走的时候都非常开心。后来再遇到大面积脑梗的病人,我都以这个老太太为例,鼓励他们。还有一次,我的一个病人也是脑梗半身不遂,当天来的时候情绪低落,第二天我去看她的时候,她竟然说着说着就嚎啕大哭起来,护士长听到动静还以为她欺负我就赶紧跑过来看,我赶紧说没事就把门关上了。她主要是觉得自己还年轻,才四十出头就变成了废人;我极力安慰她,说年龄更大的、病情更重的病人都可以通过功能锻炼而恢复得很好,她这么年轻,一定可以恢复自理能力的!后来她通过功能锻炼,出院时是走出病房的,让我非常欣慰!和病人家属吵架的事我也干过,那是一个脑梗塞后遗症期的病人,神志不清,长期卧床,只能靠输液维持生活。每天护士都很头疼给她扎输液,因为长期卧床,她的四肢已经萎缩,血管也越来越细,以至于后来只有一个技术最好的护士可以扎成功了,连护士长都不行。但是由于身体原因,那个护士有一天被调到门诊去了,那里更加清闲适于养病。她走了以后,我这个病人的输液就成了一个最棘手的问题。我于是找家属谈话,希望他同意我们给病人扎一个中心静脉插管,这样每天的输液问题就解决了。但没想到家属不同意,说既然还有人可以扎成功,为什么不继续扎呢,为什么要做这项创伤更大的操作呢,人员调动是你们的问题,我不管!于是我和那个家属大吵一架,回到办公室还哭了半天。过了大约一个小时,我想想问题还是没有解决啊,于是又回到病房向家属道歉,并心平气和地商量这件事,没想到家属竟然反过来向我道歉,并痛快地同意了。我开始觉得很委屈,因为真心诚意为病人着想竟然家属会这么不领情,但家属向我道歉的那一刻,我感觉到了被理解的快乐。


《心灵点滴》这部影片,是根据一个六七十年代的真实故事改编的。


主角名叫亨特·帕奇·亚当斯在学校中总是因为“过分乐观”而受到责备,曾经一个导师对他说:“你想要成为小丑,那就去马戏团。”其实,帕奇是想当一名小丑,但他同时还行当一名医生,所以就成就了现在的他,帕奇在弗吉尼亚医学院学习,在学习期间用他的小丑天赋让很多病人的脸上多了一丝快乐,医院里有一间病房没有医生敢进去,他第一次进去试着和病人说话,但不到一分钟就被打出来了。第二天他穿着一身天使的服装拿着一本书进去了。过了一两分钟就推着那位从不出来的病人出来了,其他人都觉得不可思议。


毕业后,他成立了一个学院,致力于更接近的人性化的治疗方法,八十年代中期他的个性化的诊所受到了媒体的注意并由此出版了一本关于他成就的书。在书中,帕奇阐述了他的基于幽默的处方,解释了他为什么穿得象个大猩猩,为什么在病房里堆满气球或在浴缸里装满蜡烛以引起欢笑,以给病人精神上的接近或纯粹的欢笑。在使用特殊的方法来减缓病人的紧张情绪后,帕奇以先驱者的身份提出了医生应该治疗人,而不是疾病,他坚信,同情、加入和心灵相通对医生来说与灵丹妙药和技术进步一样重要。


在电影中,开始没有多少人赞成帕奇的观点,学院院长瓦尔考特尤其反对他的方法,而帕奇的室友米奇也认为他是一个孩子气的家伙。但同时他也影响了一些人,包括护士乔蕾塔、同学楚门和卡琳。帕奇发现他在儿童病房大受欢迎,因为他的可笑、古怪的方式驱散了儿童们的恐惧感。


在对传统方式的抗争中,他疏远了一些人、使更多的人吃惊,但是他看到了自己的价值。在不断的追求和探索中,帕奇实现了自己的梦想--开了一个诊所,每个人在这里不仅遇到了医生,还遇到了朋友。


参考翻译:

It's not the first time I have watched this movie, and it's not the first time my eyes are gurgling.


On the first day of the May 1 Labor Day holiday, I decided to leave it to myself in the afternoon. By accidentally turning around on TV, I watched this HBO movie "Patch Adams" (Patch Adams), and I also understood that the hero's name-- Patch means patching.


This film, like the other two movies starring Robin Williams, "A Dream Come True" and "Mind Catcher", are both memorable and popular movies.


The leading actor, Paige, is a medical student who is regarded as "not going the right way" by the traditional medical profession. Although his medical school scores are extremely good, he has received an "excessively happy" comment on his conduct.


He believes that doctors should not be excessively deified by society, enjoying too much honor and awe, so that people who are doctors gradually lose their original intention of helping others. Calling "Doctor XXX" doesn't mean that the person's fart is more fragrant, and everyone must walk aside. The word "doctor" actually represents an oath to insist on helping others.


Therefore, during his internship in the hospital, he saw the insensitivity of the traditional hospital system. After he deviated from human nature, he became conscious and determined to open a dream hospital. So he and his colleagues with the same philosophy established a "home-oriented" free consultation hospital in the beautiful mountains.


In the face of the ensuing waves of criticism and doubts from the traditional medical profession, Paige always speaks generously with the attitude of "crossing his eyebrows and pointing to thousands of people," without fear. In front of the sick child, he has become "benevolent." The big doll of "Ruzi Niu" is funny and strange, just to win the innocent smile of the naive.


Before these external tests, he was a brave man; but the frustration from the inside hit him hard for a time, and he almost fell to the ground.


Kailin, who is also a medical student and his close lover, followed him all the way to realize his dream and built the hospital of love in his heart. The acquaintance with Paige made Kailin gradually try to bid farewell to her unknown pain.


I just didn't expect that helping others, it is valuable and regrettable, is that it is an adventure.


After listening to Paige’s own experience sharing of getting out of melancholy, she decided to find help to herself from helping others and affirm her own strength. Even though she was a little worried and afraid intuitively, she still decided to trust others to visit a mental patient alone. It ignores the potential high risk that the patient's mental state is not stable. In the end, she encountered serious misfortune.


This reminds me of a certain episode of a TV series "ER" (Spring in the Emergency Room).


A young emergency doctor, David, loves and hates a medical intern who is easy to ask questions and nosy. There is a lot of mismatch between the two, but there is also a subtle good feeling. Once, a patient came, and his mental condition was also very unstable. During the first aid, an anesthesia injection was needed from the spine. Normally, this should be done by a doctor. However, the doctor deliberately asked the intern to practice and wanted the intern to do it. The embarrassment retired because of the difficulties, and as a result, her poor technique really made the patient almost mad with terrible pain.


But more serious matters are behind. Unexpectedly, this patient has been holding grudges in his heart, thinking that the doctors will harm him. Taking advantage of the slackness of the doctors busy with the holidays and holidays, they will study earnestly with the pre-hidden knife. She is determined to become a female intern of a good doctor. .


Paige in the movie is the same as Dr. David in the TV series. Their original self-confidence and vigorous fighting spirit were completely overwhelmed by such an accident overnight, and they have since fallen into the abyss of self-blame and depression.


Fortunately, the impermanence of life, the precious thing is that while it makes people desperate, it also gives people unlimited hope. Paige, who blamed himself and wanted to commit suicide, finally found his own perspective on life on the top of the mountain, rekindling his confidence and courage to help others in the past.


He firmly believes that the relationship between doctors and patients is also a kind of interpersonal relationship, and should not be emotionally cut according to traditional textbooks, but should be closely connected. So doctors shouldn't just hide in ivory towers to do experiments or prescribe drugs and perform operations, but to learn to get along with people as soon as possible, learn to listen and talk.


At the same time, in his definition, a doctor is a helper in a broad sense, and the so-called medical behavior is not to treat a disease, but a person.


Fighting the disease may fail, but if you treat the patient with human empathy and the spirit of mutual assistance, then help the patient and accompany the patient through the suffering of the disease. This matter will never fail.


This film is adapted from real life. It is described at the end of the film that the doctor Paige has been re-establishing his "family hospital" until the end of the filming, and there are now nearly 3,000 doctors in line. Ready to join him.


There are many thought-provoking dialogues in this film, such as: "Death is not terrible, but the terrible thing is indifference." And so on, every word came into my heart.


Pablo read aloud a love poem by Chilean poet Pablo Neruda to the heroine, which is included in 100LoveSonnets/CienSonetosDeAmor (Neruda’s 100 Love Sonnets), Short Poem 17 (Sonnet17), I like it too.


It's been a long time since I bought this book. Watching this film also inspired me to read these poems. They are so beautiful. I copied the poem and shared it with you as follows:


I love you, but don't treat you as a rose,


Or gems, or arrows from artillery.


I love you like some mysterious things,


Follow your soul secretly.


I love you like a plant that never blooms,


But a plant with flowers hidden in itself;


Thank you for your love with a full fragrance,


Rise from the ground and quietly exist in my body.


I love you, I don’t know how to love, when to love, and where to love,


I love you straightforwardly, not complicated or arrogant;


I love you so much, because I can't do anything else.


What other way: I don’t exist and you don’t exist,


So close, so the hand you put on my chest is my hand,


So close, so when you close your eyes, I also fell asleep.


I watched the movie "Mind Drops" in the class of "Medical Law" last night. I was full of emotions and couldn't sleep all night.


Once upon a time, I was also very sympathetic to the patient. Why have I become so indifferent? I remember that during the internship, my best friend and I cried more than once for the death of the patient. My best friend even cried more sadly than family members. And now if we see interns crying for patients, we will only think that they are "too naive."


My graduate student is in neurology, and most of the patients in the ward have cerebral infarctions. When I visit them every day, I have to perform neurological examinations and then guide them in rehabilitation training. One patient I was deeply impressed by was an old lady. When she came, she had a large cerebral infarction, and her body was almost completely paralyzed. Most of the muscle strength was 0, and only a few parts could move slightly. Her muscle strength was 1. Consciousness is clear. Most of these patients do not recover well, because their muscle strength is 0, it is difficult for them to use strength. I can only comfort the old lady and say that the remaining alive brain cells may be able to partially compensate for these functions. Work hard to move these parts that can be moved so that they stimulate brain cells. What surprised me was that within a few days, the old lady's feet could move! Later, her hands moved slightly, so I seized the opportunity to encourage her to do functional exercises every day and teach her to exercise muscle strength. Later, when she was discharged from the hospital, The muscle strength of this half of the body can basically reach 3-4 levels, which is already amazing! I told her that she still needs long-term exercise in the later stage. There is still hope to stand up. She and her family are very happy when they go. Later, I met patients with large cerebral infarctions, and I used this old lady as an example to encourage them. Another time, one of my patients had a cerebral infarction and hemiplegia. When I came that day, I was depressed. When I went to see her the next day, she even cried as she said. The head nurse thought she heard the movement. If you bullied me, I quickly ran over to take a look. I quickly said that I was okay and closed the door. She mainly felt that she was still young, and she became a useless person in her early forties; I tried to comfort her, saying that older and more severely ill patients can recover well through functional exercises. She is so young. She can restore her ability to take care of herself! Later, through functional exercises, she walked out of the ward when she was discharged from the hospital, which made me very pleased! I also did quarrels with the patient’s family members. It was a patient with sequelae of cerebral infarction, unconscious and long-term. Staying in bed, you can only live by infusion. Every day the nurse had a headache and gave her an infusion. Because of bedridden for a long time, her limbs had shrunk and her blood vessels became thinner and thinner, so that only a nurse with the best skills could succeed in the treatment, not even the head nurse. However, due to physical reasons, the nurse was transferred to the outpatient clinic one day, where it was more leisurely and suitable for recuperation. After she left, the infusion of my patient became one of the most difficult problems. So I talked to my family, hoping that he would agree to let us put a central venous cannula on the patient so that the daily infusion problem would be solved. But I didn’t expect my family members to disagree, saying that if there are still people who can successfully do it, why not continue doing it? Why do you want to do this more traumatic operation? The transfer of personnel is your problem, I don’t care! So I quarreled with that family member. One, returned to the office and cried for a long time. After about an hour, I thought about the problem still not solved, so I went back to the ward to apologize to my family and discussed the matter calmly. I didn't expect my family to apologize to me in turn, and agreed happily. I began to feel aggrieved because my family members would be so uncomfortable when I was sincerely thinking about the patient. But when my family members apologized to me, I felt the joy of being understood.


The film "Mind Drops" is based on a true story in the 1960s and 1970s.


The protagonist named Hunter Patch Adams is always blamed in school for being "overly optimistic." A mentor once said to him: "If you want to be a clown, then go to the circus." In fact, Patch is He wanted to be a clown, but he was also a doctor at the same time, so he was what he is now. Pachi studied at the Virginia Medical School and used his clown talent to give many patients a touch of happiness during his studies. There was a ward in the hospital where no doctor dared to enter. He went in for the first time and tried to talk to the patient, but he was beaten out in less than a minute. The next day he wore an angel costume and went in with a book. After a minute or two, the patient who never came out came out, and everyone else found it incredible.


After graduating, he set up an academy dedicated to more humane treatments. In the mid-1980s, his personalized clinic received media attention and published a book about his achievements. In the book, Paige elaborated on his humor-based prescription, explaining why he dressed like a gorilla, and why he filled the ward with balloons or filled the bathtub with candles to cause laughter and to give the patients mental health. Close or pure laughter. After using special methods to alleviate the patient’s nervousness, Pach, as a pioneer, proposed that doctors should treat people, not diseases. He firmly believes that compassion, joining, and spiritual communication are the same as panacea and technological progress for doctors. important.


In the movie, not many people agree with Paige's point of view at first, and the dean of the academy Walcott particularly opposes his method, and Paige's roommate Mickey also thinks he is a boyish fellow. But at the same time, he also affected some people, including nurse Choletta, classmate Truman and Karin. Paige found that he was popular in the children's ward because of his ridiculous and weird way to dispel the fear of children.


In the struggle against traditional methods, he alienated some people and surprised more people, but he saw his own value. In the constant pursuit and exploration, Pachi realized his dream--opened a clinic, where everyone not only met a doctor, but also met a friend.


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