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The film One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is considered one of the greatest films in American films and was directed by Milos Forman. The film, which adapted from Ken Kesey’s popular novel by the same name, was filmed in the Oregon State Hospital which is a real mental institution. The perspective through which the film is presented from indicates a theme of allegory where rebellion is pitted against tyrannical authority coupled with a quest to maintain the status quo of in-mates and the established authority. Via the keen eyes for details, the film unfolds the matriarchal leadership of tyrannical Big Nurse Ratched who keeps the mentally disturbed men in line. The new in-mate Randall Patrick McMurphy is fun-loving and likes scuffles resolved as opposed to Big Nurse Ratched which brings out conflict in the plot. The film is a classic and intellectual attainment of the director who delves in the psychiatric ward and presents interesting facts and reality that desires change and embracing of new attitudes. The strongly brings out characters with stage presence, themes of rebellion and op…