'I risked everything to make sure he was behind bars'
You have a couple of hours to kill. A friend suggests you catch a new Hollywood film about one of America's most prolific serial killers, starring two A-list actors. Another procedural thriller to while away a dark autumn evening? Go on then.
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But while Tobias Lindholm's The Good Nurse is definitely not short on psychological tension, this isn't your typical sensationalist murder mystery fare.
Based on the book of the same name by journalist Charles Graeber, the film's narrative focuses on the true story of how nurse Amy Loughren helped put a stop to the heinous actions of fellow medic and friend Charles Cullen, who killed dozens of patients in his care over more than a decade while working at several US hospitals.
Loughren and Cullen are played by Oscar winners Jessica Chastain and Eddie Redmayne. While Redmayne delivers a menacing and nuanced turn as the disturbing killer, the film's cornerstone is the heroism displayed by Chastain's character, a single mother suffering from a life-threatening heart condition while working in a physically and mentally demanding job, albeit one she loves.
Chastain says that angle was what attracted her to the film: "Normally we fetishise violence and murder and we [have a] need to really explore the individual who was responsible for it. But what if we explore the individual who stops it? I find that so healing, and it is a radical act of filmmaking."
She adds: "I've lost someone very close to me. And when you've lost someone… how could another person do a story and entertain on [the topic of] death?"