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English is the primarily language spoken by the two lead characters, Elena and Natasha, to each other. We saw this film at the Cinema Theatre as part of the first-rate Image Out: Rochester Lesbian and Gay Film Festival.
Elena talks to herself in her native Spanish, and Natasha talks to herself in her native Russian. The presenter mentioned that, given the almost complete lack of clothes worn by either actor, Room in Rome was the festival film least likely to be nominated for Best Costume Design at the Academy Awards.
So we usually try to do the IV someplace on your lower arm. And then these are the pumps that the fluids go in. We start looking, okay, are there tears, how bad are the tears, how are we going to repair the tears? Everyone forgets about the placenta, but it's a real critical part of delivery. And bring the baby from being in a water state to being in an air state.
So this can tell us exactly how much fluid the baby, the mom is getting, so we can keep up with ins and outs. Shanon: So after Mom's had a chance to snuggle with baby, baby comes here. And sometimes it takes the babies a little bit of time.
She accompanies Alba to her hotel room as a curious acquaintance and stays as a growing friend. See more » Il Tango Delle Rivista Femminile Bass: Chris Lawrence Bass Clarinet: Ben Harlan Drums, Percussion by Jon Opstad Piano by Dado Jehan (as Dado Dzihan) Vocals by Lori Lixenberg (as Loré Lixenberg), Natacha Atlas Composed by Jocelyn Pook (p) & © 2010 Nuba Records, S. However, for a review like this, it's important to help other people know what type of film they should expect when they walk into the theater or push "play" for the DVD.
In this room in Rome, the two women come to know one another intimately over the course of the night, and explore and discover themselves along the way. Arguments could be made for both points of view about whether this is a "serious" film.
Except for Basque (one line is spoken by Elena), Natasha is shown to speak fluent English, Russian, and Italian and seems to understand Spanish while Elena is speaking it to her on occasion (despite that Natasha doesn't have a single phrase of Spanish in the movie), but it never becomes clear whether Natasha can speak Spanish too. And then we draw your blood at the same time, so that hopefully you only have to get one stick and then we send your labs off. Ashley: Okay, so immediately after the epidural, we're going to closely monitor your blood pressures, because that is one of the side effects of an epidural, is that your blood pressure can decrease. Jacques Moritz: Well, before it's time to push, there isn't really much to do. They check the heartbeat, that's done with the machine behind you, and everything's pretty chill until it comes time to push. Shanon: Now, after a woman has delivered her baby, the baby's come out, she doesn't necessarily get to hold it right away. If everything goes well, the way we try to deliver is the baby should come this way and should go right on top of you. Usually we have the father cut the cord, or at least we ask him. If the delivery goes fine, the mother has finished bonding with the baby, the baby will come here, it receives the bands, the fingerprints, and two important things, the vitamin K shot, which everybody gets, it's the first baby's shot. And then when we get your labs back, then you would be a candidate for an epidural. Let's just say I've been hooked up and I have an epidural. So we keep the baby on a continuous monitoring and we are going to monitor your blood pressures at least every two to five minutes for the first 20 to 30 minutes of your epidural to make sure that your vital signs are stable. With my first pregnancy, when I – when it came time to push, it kind of got exciting in there. Shanon: Generally, how long is a woman pushing for? It gets a shot of vitamin K to make the blood thicker so that the baby won't bleed in the brain or anything. Just keep in mind that your hospital might have a slightly different procedure when it comes to labor and delivery, so maybe you'd like to check with them to see if you can do a tour of the hospital ahead of time. And then this is the belly band that goes on, and this is what keeps the monitors on. So we would have you go change into your gown, give us a urine sample, and then come back, and then I would get you on the monitor. Some people bring in their own gowns, but if you are going to bring your own gown in, we prefer it to unbutton so that you can have access to the IVs and things if you had to go back for a c-section.
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