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I watch this show since season 3 and i can't miss a single episode.
Some people say that it is very similar with the American show "ER", but i can't disagree more, i'm also a big fan of "ER" and there is a big difference between the two shows, "ER" focuses more on the inside of the ER, and we see the patients only when they enter the hospital, and only a few times we follow on their future, but in Hospital Central, we see the lives of those patients and even watch their accidents and circumstances that took them to the hospital, there are a lot more exterior shots and good accident scenes, "ER" lives mostly from studio shot scenes.
Also in "ER" there is much more technical talk and it's most of the time filmed in a frenetic environment, Hospital Central is much more accessible in technical terms and it's rhythm is much slower.
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