Long Live The President
In a revolutionary time, Sahar, a young nurse, finds herself face to face with the old dictator ruling the country after he fell ill and stepped into her emergency room, and must choose between saving him or killing him to save her country.
Sahar is in her mid
twenties; she is a hard working
nurse in a private hospital. A revolution in the
country just kicked in trying to overcome a
corrupted regime led by an 86 year old ill president.
One rainy night, dozens of injured protesters come
rushing to the Emergency Room, after they were
brutally attacked by the regime. An attending doctor
takes Sahar to a well secured room guarded by army
forces and assigns her to be the official nurse for the
PRESIDENT who just came rushing to the hospital
after having a heart failure. Surprised by the
situation, Sahar is torn between accepting her
medical duties or killing him to save the country.
Otherwise I think the script should go deeper on the nurse's own feelings towards the president rather than...
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With that said, I have to compliment the writer on such an amazing story. I love how suspense and mystery were built up throughout the script which engages the reader in the story. It makes you want to read on, which is why I was sligh...