Josh meets a young woman who shortly afterwards collapses and is rushed to hospital in an ambulance. He follows after her only to find that there is no record her being admitted, and he soon learns that her room mate also vanished after being picked up by the same ambulance. Convinced of a conspiracy, Josh proceeds to investigate, despite the discouragement of the police.
The story revolves around former food writer, Jane Stern, and how she conquered clinical depression after becoming a paramedic.
An intensely personal story tracing the last day of the filmmaker’s brother and the impossible fight against the gridlocked city to save him.
An ambulance answers an anonymous call. Is there anything to save? They end up in a matrix between good and evil ... Do they decide their own destiny?
Gina, Rano’s mother, made a pact with the devil to have more wealth for her family, on condition that she has to sacrifice lives. When she fails to meet the condition on one occasion, the devil kills her family, leaving just her son, Rano. Years after, Rano and his friends, Dicky, Ocha, and Popi, decide to study in a university in Bandung. They agree to live together in a rented house that was actually Rano’s old family home. At the house, an ambulance is parked that is rumored to be haunted. Then they start to experience strange and horrifying incidents, especially since the ambulance keeps claiming victims. Finally, the secret of Rano’s family is revealed by Widya, his grandmother. Rano is sad and disappointed, especially as his friends also became victims. Rano intends to break the curse but then unexpectedly, Fiona, his ex-girlfriend, comes to visit. Rano, who loves Popi, now has to decide which of the two girls, he must sacrifice.
Near the center of this scene we see the regimental surgeon directing the movements of the Ambulance Corps. Tenderly they pick up the unfortunates and place them in the ambulance. The numbers disabled show the battle has been a hot one, and many a poor fellow, if he survives with injuries, will carry to his grave the scars honorably acquired in his country's cause.
The victim is lying on a trolley car fender. Ambulance drives up and the injured man is removed in a stretcher.
In July 2017, Northern Ireland's Air Ambulance finally took to the skies. This documentary reveals the remarkable and poignant story of the doctor who was determined to make this critical service a reality and follows the air ambulance team as they respond to emergency calls during their first weeks of service.
"The Ambulance" is a psychological thriller based on three rules: 1. The entire film must take place in only one location; an ambulance. 2. The story must be in real time; an 80 minute ride. 3. There must be only four characters on the ride.
Ambulances and British troops crossing the Tugela River over the pontoon bridge near Trichardt's Drift, during the British retreat from Spion Kop in the Boer War, 25 January 1900.
In this haunting short fiction film, a group of Jewish children and their teacher are herded into an ambulance by Nazis; the vehicle, ordinarily representing comfort and safety, becomes the group’s death chamber. Morgenstern’s presentation of the incident serves as a metaphor for the horror of the Holocaust, and provides a powerful trigger for discussion of the disturbing issues raised by the film. The figure of the children's’ teacher specifically parallels Janusz Korcak (1879-1942), a famous Jewish educator who ran an orphanage in the Warsaw ghetto and died with his young charges at Treblinka.
Bumpy are the pot-holed roads of Bulgaria’s capital Sofia. Doctor Krassi, nurse Mila and driver Plamen fly over them daily at break-neck speed. Together the three form one of 13 ambulance teams providing assistance to over two million people. They zoom around the city on double shifts from one emergency to the next. Ilian Metev’s camera is not aimed at those in need of help – their dignity remains preserved. He focuses instead upon the rescue team Krassi, Mila and Plamen and their wild rides across the city on a never-ending battle with time – a feat almost impossible without humour. The ambulance team fight against a ramshackle health system with passion, selflessness and sometimes near resignation. Ilian Metlev accompanied the trio for more than two years to find images that make poetry of the human figure and this depiction of reality.
Two Norwegian female ambulance paramedics get caught up in a conflict with a group of Romanian immigrants, after being called out to an address where it turns out nobody lives. Sanne, one of the paramedics has to make a difficult choice to solve the situation. The choice she makes has fatal consequences for everyone involved. She has to live with that choice for the rest of her life.
From the very first day of Israel-Gaza conflict in 2014, filmmaker Mohamed Jabaly has been there with his camera. He follows a team of paramedics in an ambulance, eventually becoming a core member who bears witness to their perilous and heartbreaking rescue work. Ambulance tracks the harrowing chaos amidst a state-run military operation on civilians.
A contemporary historical film reflecting the drama of the profound social changes that the Serbian society underwent at the turn of this century. The story is delivered through an account of the development of the local ambulance service. Adhering to the spirit of modern neo-realism, this evolution is illustrated by three stories set in three different periods linked by mutually connected and conditioned characters; and there is also a dream of what it could be!
A love triangle involves a young physician and two ambulance drivers.
A gunman forces a paramedic to drive an ambulance, while his partner treats the man's injured brother.
Two brothers intercept 911 calls in their Father's beat up old Ambulance to exact revenge on a group of careless teen drivers.
At the consulting service for immigrants at the Avicenne Hospital in suburban Paris, we observe the sorrow and powerlessness of the immigrants who come here.
Some Filipino ambulance drivers express the belief that running over stray animals in the streets on the way to the hospital will save the life of a dying patient. One of these drivers, played by Alan Paule, puts this superstition to the test with a terrible twist in desperate circumstances. A gripping and disastrous course of events then unfolds.
Cameras mounted on paramedics and inside their vehicles get closer than ever to the work of Britain's frontline life-savers.
Insight into the London, West Midlands and North West of England ambulance services, from the highly-pressurised control room to the crews on the streets. Ambulance provides an honest 360-degree snapshot of the daily dilemmas and pressures.
Ambulance Girl is a 2005 made for television movie. It premiered in the United States on September 12, 2005 on the Lifetime network. The film stars Kathy Bates and Robin Thomas. The film is based on the memoir by Jane Stern, Ambulance Girl: How I Saved Myself by Becoming an EMT. The teleplay was written by Alan Hines and the film was directed by Kathy Bates. Kathy Bates plays Jane Stern, a food writer who becomes an Emergency Medical Technician.
Time is of the essence in this full-throttle documentary charting the extraordinary endeavours of Britain's emergency helicopter medical services. Cameras capture all the action as 'chopper doctor' flying teams respond to various crisis calls, employing cutting-edge techniques honed in the world's toughest warzones to save the lives of people up and down the country.
This TV series will tell the story happened in the emergency department in the hospital.
Follow the daily lives of first responders who rescue animals. The series showcases the hectic workdays of animal paramedics, veterinarians, dog handlers, wildlife experts and animal shelter staff members as they respond to emergency calls in the Montreal area. Featuring dramatic rescues, special transportation methods, intensive care or emergency operations.