He decides to take the emergency room hostage in order to compel the Hope Memorial Hospital undertake the operation on his son. The movie is, however, full of ethical and moral dilemmas all through its course.
The analysis is based on the decisions made by the characters in the film, for example, considering the dilemma John finds himself in with his son in dire need of heart surgery while he cannot afford the procedure since he did not have a proper health cover policy. The hospital chooses not to play the Good Samaritan and declines to carry on with the operation. This situation confronts John and places him in a dilemma to either accept the fate of his son as suggested by Rebecca Payne, The administrator of the Hope Memorial Hospital or raise funds for the cardiac operation. On the other hand, Rebecca, Payne acted in a utilitarian manner by thinking that assisting John Q and undertaking the operation of free will, not do the society any good since there are many other patients facing the same challenge. The actions of John Q will ultimately resonate well with the jury that focuses on the good intentions of the action. The other action by John Q of freeing the most defenseless patients during the hostage situation, reveal the decent side of John.
Question 2, It is the responsibility of the companies to provide information to their employees regarding changes in health coverage. If the staff is remains unaware of the health coverage status and other issues regarding the services of the company, it will render the staff in given situations to make hurried decisions since there is no code to operate within thus may lead to loss. Regardless of the ordeal, John Q remains with the moral responsibility of keeping a promise he made of ensuring that his son gets the cardiac surgery. In another account, the companies should take into considerations the interests of the employees as much as firm interests are relatively vital. Health cover and other