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LICENSED PROFESSIONALS SUMMARY and MOVIE SUGGESTIONS are: Usually movies contain Doctor, Lawyers, or educator under stress. Love and Other Drugs (2010) emphasises how prescription medicines are marketed partly by compromising licensed medical professionals. Living in Emergency: Stories of Doctors Without Borders (2008) is about a better class of doctors. Perhaps any bill can be challenged as unfair and any licensed professional can be delicensed by the government for improper behavior. The director David Cronenberg covers licensed professions most disturbingly in Crash (1996/I) and Dead Ringers (1988); Pathology (2008) is equally disturbing. More recent disturbing movies about shrinks (psychiatrists) are Shrinks (2009), The Wackness (2008) and Running with Scissors (2006) and a frightening Medical doctor as Hannibal Lecter in The Silence of the Lambs, and Red Dragon (2002)! Movies about psychiatrists, which are known to high rates of problems, and to be prone to violence from their patients are The Prince of Tides, Good Will Hunting, Analyze This, Analyze That, The Sixth Sense, The Cell, High Anxiety, The Presidents Analyst, One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest, The Seven-Per-Cent Solution, Sybil, Face to Face, Equus, Dressed to Kill, Simon, Ordinary People, Phobia, Still of the Night, The Ugly, Zelig, Lovesick, Manhunter, Prime (2005), Final Analysis (1992), Three on a Couch, The Impossible Years, Coming Apart, Thy Might Be Giants, Klute, Dark Places; Diagnosis: Murder; Whispers in the Dark, Raising Cain, Loving Lulu, What About Bob?, Disturbed, Mr. Jones, Betrayal of Trust, Silent Fall, Color of night, Never Talk to Strangers, and House of Cards! Seducing Doctor Lewis aka La grande séduction (2003) shows a doctor under stress prior to working in Canadian fishing village needed to get a doctor on the island to in order get a factory so the villagers have better jobs! The Unbearable Lightness of Being (1988) is about a neurosurgeon. The movies by directed by David Cronenberg Dead Ringers and Crash, and Sphere Directed by Barry Levinson that was adapted from a novel by Michael Crichton are both extreme and complex, and tend to focus on the behavioral problems of some licensed professionals. Dentist may be prone to committing suicide so The Whole Nine Yards might be of interest, but the most interesting movie conflict in a marriage between licensed professionals is The Secret Lives of Dentists (2002). In The Crime Doctor (1943) Amnesia victim remembers his life as a criminal. Awake (2007) is about medical malpractice. My Architect: A Son’s Journey; Sketches of Frank Gehry (2005) are about architects. The movies At First Sight (based on a true story) and White Noise a thriller starring Michael Keaton both contain architects who are under stress. The Californians (2005) is about the challenges a developer faces. Licensed professionals tend to always be under regulated, and commonly breach their fiduciary duty, which can happen about 10 different ways usually as conflict of interests and in some cases they may be considered guilty until proven innocent! This is especially true this medical professionals. OFTEN THE BEST LICENSED PROFESSIONALS ARE QUASI-THIRD GENERATION PROFESSIONALS IN THE FIELD, OR SPECIALISTS, OR BOTH. It is important to do your own research and get second, or third, or even more opinions in complex cases or if there is a possibility of great damage. Sometimes, persons who work for insurance companies have more insight about professionals than person who work in the profession, and they are often licensed professionals or consultants themselves. AN EDUCATOR WHO IS A LICENSED PROFESSIONAL MAY BE UNABLE TO FIND WORK IN THE FIELD, RATHER THAN EXCEED THE NORMAL STANDARDS OF THE INDUSTRY.