Ratched is a recent popular Netflix original series which is an adaptation based solely on the characterisation of the antagonist within Ken Kesey’s 1962 novel, "One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest". The questions that I pose is:

1.How does screen adaptation archive success when not closely following the source material?

2.An in-depth analysis of the mise-en-scene.

3.What does this series say about the representation of women having power?

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  • You have in essence a fan fiction. One way to address this is look at past equivalent success. See The ├ćneid. – J.D. Jankowski 2 years ago
  • I think this topic can be incredibly interesting, and I actually like it! – RheaRG 2 years ago

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