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in redacted media culture people by reflections and opposed by solitary martyrs. More information will not save us from it, context and the body in action will. 658 more words


A Dangerous Method (2011)

D: David Cronenberg / 99m

Cast: Keira Knightley, Viggo Mortensen, Michael Fassbender, Vincent Cassel, Sarah Gadon

A movie examining the intellectual and professional battle between Carl Jung (Fassbender) and Sigmund Freud (Mortensen) may not be the most obvious choice for David Cronenberg to direct, but there’s long been a psycho-sexual element to his movies that fits in quite easily with Jung and Freud’s combative attitudes about notions of sexual repression (though even they may have balked at some of the ideas Cronenberg came up with during his Seventies output). 1,227 more words


A Dangerous Method

To my surprise, the last few movies I’ve reviewed for this blog have included positive representations of mental illnesses, with relatively minor issues.

This week’s movie, … 900 more words


On Not Writing and Missing Parts ~ Jungian Reflections

Why has it been years since my last entry? As so often with our actions, or lack thereof, motivations are not always easily brought to the forefront, often buried beneath rationalization and explanations. 930 more words

C.G. Jung