I saw it -- it's a great movie, and certainly gives you a different perspective on physical disabilities.
Of course, I can't vouch for the accuracy of their comments about getting involved with nurses who provided care for them, but that sort of thing certainly does happen (despite it being a serious violation of professional boundaries and ethics). There are a few bad apples in every barrel!
Many years ago, I worked in a 28-day residential drug & alcohol rehab program, and it was well-known among the staff that the nurse manager of the program (a middle-aged woman -- "old enough to know better," you would think) had a long history of repeatedly
becoming, umm, "romantically involved" with men (clients
) she met in the program. I didn't witness this myself during the time I worked in the program, but had no reason to doubt the truthfulness of the longer-term staff who had witnessed it personally (reportedly, it was not uncommon to see her in the local grocery store and other places around town with her current "flame"/former client). Needless to say, these relationships always turned out badly ... :uhoh21: