Love, sickness, health and exam anxiety at a Danish hospital in the 50s. Erik (Morten Hee Andersen) and Anna (Molly Blixt Egelind) are among the first to be accepted into a nursing school ...
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Ann Eleonora Jørgensen,
Love, sickness, health and exam anxiety at a Danish hospital in the 50s. Erik (Morten Hee Andersen) and Anna (Molly Blixt Egelind) are among the first to be accepted into a nursing school with men and women being trained together. Due to a lack of trained nurses, the danish government decides, on a trial basis, that it is acceptable for a man to work as a nurse. It is not easy for the men to be accepted as nurses in an working environment with old-fashioned hierarchies and strict disciplinary work ethics.Written by
Morten Albrekt Lange
Highly successful Danish TV series. sweet entertaining, but also...
Melodrama = bombastic and overly sentimental
Husbands cheating on wives, misunderstood kisses, back stabbing.
and how come a Danish Hospital 1950 after WWII is so Idyllic. no mildew, no crumbling walls, no cracks or peeling paint. bright halls and wards, fresh paint- no windows that won't open. no crowded wards. plenty of clean sheets- where is the laundry.
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