Sunday, September 27, 2015

The psychology behind Star Wars

Via Myths-Dreams-Symbols: "People say that commercial narrative films aren’t worth analysing from a Jungian perspective. That you instead should look to more psychological films. But Jung was interested in the collectivesub-consious. If a film then is consciously Jungian then it isn’t subcunsious content that was being portrayd, but consciously Jungian content. So I say, that if you want to look for subconscious archetypes or proof for Jungs theories, you need to look at the commersial narrative film, which is not made for psychological self-realization, but to earn money. It is there the real proof for that Jung’s subconscious archetypes really exists.

"If you take the time to analyse Star Wars you will se, as Gorge Lucas “A great classic hero saga, dealing with the classical questions about religion and history based on a psychological theme, played out in the futuristic setting of space”1

"I will try to show a little of the main psychology in the film, and also point out the main archetypal characters." Read the article: The psychology behind Star Wars by Miners Brunn

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Thursday, September 24, 2015

Andy Warhol: A Documentary Film

I agree with the commenter on You Tube that they could've done away with the background music, but it's still worth watching, especially when they get into the evolution of his artistic style.

Thursday, September 03, 2015

Design Hotel Find: Coqui Coqui Merida

Via The Paris Apartment feed:

Design Hotel Find: Coqui Coqui Merida by Reeme Idris, Melting Butter, July 28, 2015

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