In an era when so many films feel more refined by focus groups or marketing managers, it is a deeply personal and vibrantly alive drama. Damien Chazelle has taken a relatively staid subject like the relationship between a music student and his teacher and turned it into a thriller built on a brilliant undercurrent of social commentary about what it takes to make it in an increasingly competitive and cutthroat world. How far are you willing to push yourself to succeed? How far are you willing to push someone else to force them on the path to success? Carried by two electric performances, the tightest editing in a film this year and a daring screenplay that writes itself into a corner and then somehow finds an unexpected way out, "Whiplash" is as breathless as a drum solo, rising and falling just as the hopes and dreams of its protagonist climb and crash.
The influence of psychosocial factors on recovery following acute whiplash trauma
Whiplash ( film) - Wikipedia
We have reviewed the literature relevant to pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of whiplash-associated disorder WAD since and provided a brief summary of literature pertaining to forces action on the head and neck during a motor vehicle accident. The scope of the current review is confined to the Quebec guidelines for WAD grades but excludes grade 4 neck complaints and fracture or dislocation. After excluding papers without scientific data and single case reports or case series with fewer than 20 patients, articles were reviewed for methodological quality. The diagnosis remains clinical. No imaging, physiological, or psychological study provides specific diagnostic criteria. In the acute period up to 2 weeks, soft collars or rest and work-leave do not shorten the duration of neck pain. Sick leave is reduced by high-dose methylprednisolone given within 8 h of injury, but confirmatory studies examining the cost-benefit relationship are needed.
Treatment of whiplash associated disorders
Whiplash is a American psychological drama film written and directed by Damien Chazelle. It depicts the relationship between an ambitious jazz drummer Miles Teller and an abusive perfectionist bandleader J. Simmons at the fictional Shaffer Conservatory. Paul Reiser and Melissa Benoist co-star.
Nominated for Best Motion Picture, Best Supporting Actor, and many other accolades, audiences everywhere rave of this film. Andrew Neiman, the young drummer and a very motivated individual, finds himself easy to cheer for in his journey to success. Though the movie dazzles audiences with its entrancing plot, critics applaud the feature film for its commentary on an increasingly competitive.