Nurse Dave Bautista and Doctor Jodie Foster in a scene from "Hotel Artemis."
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If you're looking for a hotel in downtown Los Angeles, might we recommend one that will probably get mixed reviews on TripAdvisor.This is the Hotel Artemis, where wealthy and forward-thinking criminals come for first-rate treatment if they've been badly shot, knifed or horribly mutilated.Foster plays an alcoholic, shut-in, onetime trauma doctor who for the past 22 years has stitched up criminals in the heavily protected 12th floor penthouse of the Hotel Artemis.In exchange for top-notch medical care that includes nanotechnology, 3-D printed organs and microwave scalpels – villains have excellent health insurance – Artemis clients promise not to kill each other or be rude to the help. "Hotel Artemis" is screening in Beirut area theaters.
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