Experimenter evaluation action

2022-04-04 08:01
It is not very accurate to say that the film is a biopic, because half of the film is a serious discussion of the experimental results and the ugly struggle of human nature. At the end, Milgren also has a long monologue, to the effect that human nature will one day be. Break the rules and liberate your nature. It also abruptly raised the film's intentions by a lot. The other half of the time, "Experimenter" is more devoted to trivial matters describing Milgren's personal life.
The only thing worth mentioning is the editing and movement of the film. In the editing, the interspersed editing that breaks the timeline has grafted a bit of new narrative into this boring story that is so dull that it has no climax. This is a plus.
The novelty of moving the mirror is nothing more than the "Golden Age"-style "self-reporting to the camera". Its effect is also similar to that of "The Golden Age" - the greater function is to make people play.  
The film focuses on the electric shock experiment of a Jew at Yale University, exposing the ugly side of human nature.  
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  • Karlie 2022-04-21 09:03:52

    I want to know the difference between the thirty-five percent of the experimenters and the sixty-five percent. Has the data been unblocked yet?

  • Pasquale 2022-04-23 07:06:01

    There are many classic quotes. Choose, perception, awareness, liberation.

Experimenter quotes

  • Donna Abbott: How do you justify the deception?

    Stanley Milgram: I like to think of it as illusion, not deception. Semantics, you may say, but illusion, you know, has a revelatory function, as in a play. Illusion can set the stage for revelation, to reveal certain difficult-to-get-at truths.

    Donna Abbott: But still, when you go to see a play, you pay for a ticket. You know you're seeing a play. These people didn't know it wasn't real. You tricked them.

    Stanley Milgram: "Hello, today we'll be doing an experiment about blind obedience to malevolent authority. I'd like for you to pretend that this machine is delivering painful shocks to a person in the other room." How truthful do you think that would be?

    Donna Abbott: But if you think of it, really, *you* were delivering shocks to your subjects. Psychological shocks.

  • Stanley Milgram: Less than six degrees of separation exist between you and several million strangers who you may or may not encounter in your lifetime. When we understand the structure of this communication net, we stand to grasp a good deal more about the fabric of society. Maybe it's not necessarily justified, this common human complaint. The feeling that we're all cut off, alienated, and alone. I don't need to go into detail do I?

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