One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Randle McMurphy big, loud, sexual, dirty, and confident. His loud, free laughter stuns the other
patients, who have grown accustomed to repressed emotions. Throughout the entire moment of
his introduction, not a single voice rises to meet his.
McMurphy represents sexuality, freedom, and selfdetermination characteristics that clash with
the oppressed ward, which is controlled by Nurse Ratched. The movie establishes that ...
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