DISRUPTED SUMMARY and MOVIE SUGGESTIONS are: Most movies are about disruption of something, such as Eagle Eye (2008), Firewall (2006), Quarantine (2008), Blindness (2008), Children of Men (2006), The Happening (2008), The Village (2004), Signs (2002), The Sixth Sense (1999), Outbreak, Chinatown (1974), The Matrix (1999), Speed (1994), Vertical Limit; Twister; The Titanic; Sahara; Erin Brockovich; Chain Reaction; Medicine Man, Meteor, The Hurricane; Earthquake (1974); Day After Tomorrow; Tornado! (1996) (TV); The Avengers; The China Syndrome (1979) are about nuclear power plants; Eminent Domain; The Triangle Factory Fire Scandal; Eye of the Storm; Safe; Crash; The Towering Inferno; A Civil Action; 28 days and Outbreak; Fun With Dick and Jane (2005), The Petrified Forest (1936), Identity (2003), Run Lola Run (1998), Wages of Fear (1953), Shiri (1999), The 39 Steps (1935), Gaslight (1940), They Won't Believe Me (1947), Scream (1996), Wild Things (1998), Vanilla Sky (2001), From Hell (2001), Citizen X, The Game, Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962), Dead Again, The Vanishing (1988), Vertical Limit, Walerider, and V for Vendetta are about disrupted lives. Brubaker is about work programs in prisons; Eagle Eye is about a problematic computer program; The General's Daughter is about Military program problems; Kinsey and Art School Confidential (2006) are about program problems in education. Government and non-government programs are also covered in Death Race (2008), The Manchurian Candidate (2004); United 93: The Families and the Film (2006)(V); Push (2009), The Bourne Ultimatum (2007)/Supremacy (2004)/Identity (2002); Conspiracy Theory; The Terminal (2004); The Island (2005); Rollerball (2002); 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968); Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991); The Man from Earth (2007); Grindhouse (2007); Kokaku kidotai: Stand Alone Complex Solid State Society (2006); Murderball (2005); Jurassic Park (1993); Sliver (1993); Sphere (1998); Citizen Cohn (1992)(TV), Angels in America (2003)(TV), Outrage (2009/I), Milk (2009), Frost / Nixon (2009), Bulworth (1998), Conspiracy Theory (1997), and Lions for Lambs (2007) are VERY UNDER APPRECIATED AND DEEP! Movies about abuse and/or drugs used to encourage rape are Taken (2008), Watchmen (2009), Gran Torino (2008), The Other Boleyn Girl (2008), P2 (2007) (about how to get out of a locked building with a security guard stalker), Sin City (2005), Dogville (2003), 300 (2006), The Kite Runner (2007), El violin (2005), Water (2005), The Color Purple (1985), Boys Don't Cry (1999), Moulin Rouge! (2001), Mystic River (2003), Holes (2003), Traffic, The Accused (1988)Ciderhouse Rules, The Opponent, Dungeon Girl (2008), Cellular (2004), Magnolia, Boogy Nights, The Barbarian Invasions, Inside Deep Throat, Ransom (1996), Patty Hearst, Talk to Her, Hostage, I'm not Scared; Human Trafficking (2005) (TV), Raising Arizona (1987), Stolen Children aka Il ladro di bambini (1992), Roots (1977 TV mini-series), Gladiator (2000), and Halting human trafficking are more extreme movies about sexual discrimination, abuse or even murder! In order of some of the least extreme to some of the more extreme other movies on the subject of unwelcome attention are The Contender, Cherish with Robin Tunney; Sleeping with the Enemy (1991), Enough, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005), Boxing Helena, Demonlover, The Accused (1988), 8mm (1999), Captivity (2007), The Woodsman (2004), Monster, Mysterious Skin (2004), Rape Victims (1975), A Clockwork Orange (1971), The General's Daughter with John Travolta; and Madeleine Stowe in Closet Land; Actress Lindsay Lohan covers problems with unconsensual behavior: I Know Who Killed Me (2007) & Georgia Rule (2007). Disclosure (1994) and Fatal Attraction (1987) with Michael Douglas shows that males, too, can get unwelcome attention! Problems with surveillance and lack of trust is a theme in One Hour Photo, Cache (2005), Sex, Lies, and Videotape (1989), The Conversation (1974), Videodrome (1983), Sliver (1993), Eye of the Beholder (1999), and Blow-up. DOCUMETARIES ARE: Sex Slaves (2005), Borne into Brothels: Calcutta's Red Light Kids.