People who don't understand psychoanalysis have seen

Hubert 2022-10-20 18:13:11

If this article can also be called a film review, then I want to get a title page and write "To the best of myself in the world". Is this it? no. So I can only write here.

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----reading for 30 minutes---- in the first 30
minutes, what impressed me was:
1. The lecturer made extensive use of Freud's theory: id, ego and superego . In the analyzed films, every "3" refers to Freud, such as psycho's second floor, first floor and basement (this can indeed be used), and another example is the three brothers of Duck Soup.
2. After so many years, the narrator can still find the filming location of the film, which is incredible in China. If you don't believe me, who pulled the scene from "Spring in a Small Town" to me.

I hope to see other genres of psychoanalysis involved in the analysis of the film in the future.
(to be continued...)

I'm thinking
1. I may or may seem to be able to understand the point that domestic films have been complained about now, except for "male and female lead scandals", "actor style", "star climate" and "investment in XX RMB". There are few items left.
2. I also seem to understand a little bit about how my attitude towards movies has changed in recent months.
3. The above boils down to: a movie without a soul is better than a sketch. At least I can learn some baggage and pretend to be humorous and not brainless.

(coming soon.)

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