John Q (2002) – Story centers on a man whose nine-year-old son is in desperate need of a life-saving transplant. When he discovers that his medical insurance will not cover the costs of the surgery and alternative government aid is unavailable, John Q. Archibald takes a hospital emergency room hostage in a final attempt to save his child. Your film analysis should feature the application of one of the following moral theories listed below: Virtue Ethics Utilitarian Ethics Moral Sense Theory (Conscience) Social Contract Theory The Ethics of Care Kantian Deontological Ethics Moral Relativism Paper Format Title Page – In APA format, include your papers title, your name, and your institution (i.e., Galen College), in that order. APA formatting and style prohibits the use of academic titles following ones name. Introduction – Provide a brief synopsis of the film. Ethical Analysis – Apply one ethical theory to the medical moral problem presented in the film. First, describe this ethical theory in your own words, using our readings as textual evidence for your explanation of the moral view. Next, discuss how this ethical theory could provide solutions or recommendations for remedying the ethical problem featured in the film. In your analysis, be sure to address the following questions: What medical moral problem is present in the story? What moral values are reinforced in the film? Are there instances of moral values in conflict with one another? What moral guidance does the ethical theory that you selected provide the characters in the film? Reflection – Summarize what you have discussed in the essay and reflect on what you have learned. Lastly, discuss how what you have learned could be applied to your professional and personal life. Note – Your paper must be double-spaced, 4 pages in length, and written in Times New Roman using 12-point font.