By Terrie Waddell
Mis/takes departs from the majority of reveal discourse by way of employing Jungian and Post-Jungian principles on subconscious methods to renowned movie and tv. this angle bargains a wealthy perception into the way in which that quite a few myths infiltrate pop culture.
By studying the functionality of mental motifs and symbols in cinema and tv, Terrie Waddell opens up in a different way of pondering how identification should be built and disrupted. Mulholland force, souvenir, The Others, The X-Files, dual Peaks, The Sopranos, Spider, Intimacy and Absolutely Fabulous all lend themselves to this method.
The shut research of those films/programs are guided by means of a few center archetypes from trickster and Self to incest and the ugly. The book’s 4 elements mirror those dominant styles:
- Jung, trickster and the screen
- Mistaken identities, self-deception and the undead
- Redeemers, undesirable dads and matricide
- Excesses of the unhappy and the sassy
Mis/takes supplies readers an opportunity to interact with reveal fabric in an unique and subversive means. This learn could be of serious curiosity to Jungian analysts and scholars of movie, cultural experiences, media, gender reports and analytical psychology.
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