Code Black is the latest in a string of powerful documentaries examining the domestic health care system's flaws and profiling its physicians, caretakers and patients. In this film -- which will be released in select theaters on June 20 -- the cameras are pointed at the nation's busiest emergency room, that of L.A. County Hospital. Here are seven moving medical docs. Click on the film name to read the full review.
In Code Black, it helps that much of the staff is as photogenic as the cast of a TV medical drama, but what will pull viewers in is the empath
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Not interested in heroicizing the four Western doctors it follows through their missions in the Congo and Liberia, or even in white-washing the ethical challenges of an organization like Medecins Sans Frontieres,