A couple of student nurses decide to join some doctors to work in a medical station in the rain-forest a few hours flying-time from the Mexican town Catamaco. As they fly from Catamaco ...
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A young girl agrees to work in a center for girls who can't stay with their parents. She gets wrapped up in the plights of several of the girls, and tries to help them, but only gets herself into trouble with her parents and supervisor.
James Earl Jones,
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Edward James Olmos
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A couple of student nurses decide to join some doctors to work in a medical station in the rain-forest a few hours flying-time from the Mexican town Catamaco. As they fly from Catamaco towards the clinic (which actually consists of just a few huts and almost none equipment) one of their three planes has to go down because of engine malfunction. It crashes somewhere in the jungle causing severe injuries to the passengers. The following day describes the attempts to save the lifes of the passengers (both nurses and doctors) in spite of the poor chances they seem to have. There is almost no medicine available, the supplies they brought with them were all on the plane going down and were stolen by native drug-dealers when they arived at the site of the crash first. In the afternoon they decide to take the injured to a nearby village with a runway long enough that the Learjet of the Californian Air Rescue team could take them to a clinic in the U.S. Not only is the journey there very ... Written by
Alto Speckhardt <Alto.Speckhardt@student.uni-ulm.de>
first of all i've saw this movie yesterday under the name : LOST IN THE WILD which runs 2 minutes longer than Nurses on the Line: The Crash of Flight 7.this movie has potential because has good shots(was filmed in Mexico),very good cast,good soundtrack,interesting scenery but it had been more entertaining if it was an intersection between the drug dealer and the nurses and if it was a love story between the adventure.that's are my only discontent.robert loggia and jennifer lopez were awesome and the other cast too.i've read in other commentaries about this movie that jennifer lopez has a minor role but this is not true.if think that her real fans will enjoy her in this movie.so all in all it is a pretty good movie that could have been a much better movie even a classic one if the story of the movie had been more intriguing
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