Charles Cullen was one of the most effective serial killer in history, and was able to hide it all in his sixteen year career as a nurse. Darren Aronofsky, who directed “The Fountain, ” may lend his talents to “The Good Nurse, ” a screenplay based on the book by Charles Graeber about the life and deaths at the hands of Charles Cullen, as reported by IndieMusic
Cullen was convicted in 2003 for his hand in 40 deaths over a period of sixteen years. Many patients were those experiencing cardiac or respiratory arrest, and Cullen claimed he wanted to end their suffering. He is reportedly responsible for 400 other people during this time, but he says he can’t recall the names, times or details while working as a nurse in New Jersey.
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Krysty Wilson Cairns is the screenwriter, and there is talk that Aronofsky wants to get a look at the final draft before making a decision about the project. Aronofsky’s Protozoa Pictures is known for lending a kind of MTV vitality to stories and themes. His current projects include Margaret Atwood’s MaddAddam for HBO.