'''''Playing God''''' is a [[1997 in film|1997]] film Directed by [[Andy Wilson (director)|Andy Wilson]]. It starred [[David Duchovny]] in his first starring role after achieving success with ''[[The X-Files]]'', [[Timothy Hutton]], and [[Angelina Jolie]].
== কাহিনীসংক্ষেপ ==
Duchovny plays Eugene Sands, a [[surgeon]] who has his [[medical license]] revoked when he operates under the [[drug abuse|influence]] of [[amphetamine]]s and [[opiate]]s. Hutton's character, a crime lord named Raymond Blossom, happens upon him in a [[bar (establishment)|bar]] where he saves someone's life with an emergency procedure to inflate a [[collapsed lung]]. Blossom hires Sands as his personal physician, patching up his accomplices when they cannot go to a [[hospital]], and tending to the crime boss and his [[gun moll|girlfriend]], Claire (Jolie). In the final act of the film, Claire and Sands become involved, and he must face up to conflicting loyalties to Blossom, Claire, and the [[FBI]] agent who has [[blackmail]]ed him into being an [[informant]].
== নির্মাণ ==