Ryan Murphy putting a series on a mental institution with Sarah Paulson as the main character looks like it was done before (cough, scary american historysecond season, Subtitle Asylum). But the new series from cheer and scary american history the creator is actually an introduction to the Academy Award-winning One flew over the bitchnest, after the origin of the assessed control nurse.
The 1975 film follows a convict (played by Jack Nicholson) who is transferred to a mental institution to avoid hard work. He hopes for an easy time, but soon discovers that the hospital is controlled by the authorizing nurse Ratched, who uses her position of power to intimidate all her accusations. One flew over the kitchen nest became the second film ever to win all five Academy Awards (Best Picture, Actor in a Leading Role, Actress in a Leading Role, Director and Screenplay).
The Netflix series stars Sarah Paulson ̵1; one of Murphy’s frequent collaborators – while Nurse Ratched, immersing herself in her past and telling the story of how she transformed from a nurse into a complete monster. From this trailer, we see that Paulson is just as confronted and controlled as the villain she will become, fulfilling her legacy as a star in a Ryan Murphy production on a T.
Ratched is set to premiere on September 18th.