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افریقایی امریکایی بدون هیچ مدرک دانشگاهی اما یک مکانیک زبر دست است که
کار کردن با ابزار را به نحوه ی عالی انجام می دهد.در سال 1994 بلوک و توماس
چالش های ازمایش بر روی بچه های ابی را پذیرفته و به نحوه ی احسنت انجام
می دهند انها بایپس (جراحی سرخرگ کرونتر)
را هم اختراع میکنند.بعد ازمایشات انها روی سگ ها اولین کودک انها اییلین است
که بدون عمل جراحی خواهد مرد و برخلاف تمام مخلافت ها بلوک قصد دارد این
عمل را با توماس انجام دهد.و مشکلات انها با مجله ها شروع میشود.
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Something the Lord Made tells the story of the 34-year partnership that begins
in Depression Era Nashville in 1930 when Blalock (Alan Rickman) hires Thomas
(Mos Def) as an assistant at his Vanderbilt University lab, expecting him to
perform janitorial work. But Thomas' remarkable manual dexterity and intellectual
acumen confound Blalock's expectations, and Thomas rapidly becomes indispensable
as a research partner to Blalock in his forays into heart surgery.
The film traces the two men's work when they move in 1943 from Vanderbilt
to Johns Hopkins, an institution where the only black employees are janitors and
where Thomas must enter by the back door. Together, they attack the
congenital heart defect of Tetralogy of Fallot, also known as Blue
Baby Syndrome, and in so doing they open the field of heart surgery.
Helen Taussig (Mary Stuart Masterson),
the pediatrician/cardiologist at Johns Hopkins, challenges Blalock to come up with
a surgical solution for her Blue Babies. She needs a new ductus for them to
oxygenate their blood. The duo is seen experimenting on stray dogs they got
from the local dog pound, deliberately giving the dogs the heart defect and
trying to solve it. The outcome looks good and they are excited to operate on
a baby with the defect, but in a dream, Thomas sees the baby grown up and
crying because she's dying. Thomas asks why she's dying in the dream and
she says it's because she has a baby heart. Blalock interprets it as the fact that
their sewing technique didn't work because the sutures didn't grow
with the heart, and worked on
a new version that would work. The film dramatizes Blalock's and Thomas' fight
to save the dying Blue Babies. Blalock praises Thomas' surgical skill as being "like
something the Lord made", and insists that Thomas coach him through the
first Blue Baby surgery over the protests of Hopkins administrators. Yet outside
the lab, they are separated by the prevailing racism of the time. Blalock makes a
mistake once by accidentally cutting an artery at the wrong place, but eventually,
along with Thomas, succeeds. Thomas attends Blalock's parties as a bartender,
moonlighting for extra income, and when Blalock is honored for the Blue Baby
work at the segregated Belvedere Hotel,
Thomas is not among the invited guests. Instead, he watches from behind a potted
palm at the rear of the ballroom. From there, he listens to Blalock give credit to the
other doctors who assisted in the work but make no mention of Thomas or his contributions.
The next day, Thomas reveals that he saw the ceremony, and quits from his lab. However
his heart is so with the work he left behind that he finds himself unhappy in other endeavors
and decides to overlook Blalock's lack of acknowledgement and return to the lab.
In 1964, one day before Blalock dies, he sees Thomas, now a professional surgeon
and trainer in the open heart surgery wing. After Blalock's death, Thomas continued his
work at Johns Hopkins training surgeons.
At the end of the film, in a formal ceremony in 1976, Hopkins recognized Thomas'
work and awarded him an honorary doctorate. A portrait of Thomas was placed on
the walls of Johns Hopkins next to Blalock's portrait, which had been hung there years
earlier. and a brief montage shows 'DR. ALFRED BLALOCK 1899-1964' over Blalock's
portrait, and 'DR. VIVIEN THOMAS: 1910-1985' over Thomas's.