This Mandy film just took me on a serious fantasy/revenge acid trip and I think I liked it.
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Mandy Trailer and Youtube Rent link:
Nicolas Cage: 00:56
Revenge Pr0n: 01:23
Artistic Integrity: 01:43
Reality Rift: 02:38
Panos Journey: 04:03
Simple Plot: 06:01
LSD Fantasy: 06:49
Art Installation: 08:07
Red Sonja: 08:34
Cage is Back?: 09:12
Black Rainbow: 09:24
Watch Now: 09:57
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For those of you who read the description box: here’s some inside info as to why this film connected with me more than I thought it would.
My therapist is a Jungian and while I don’t really ascribe to that school of psychology, I always find it interesting as it serves as a fundamental part of the method of my treatment (mainly focusing on individuation).
In case you don’t know, Carl Jung was a psychiatrist and colleague/frenemy of Freud. Anyhow, a lot of his analysis of the mind had to do with dreams and societal archetypes.
This movie feels very much Carl Jung nekyia (delving into the unconscious) case study on grief. When we first started our sessions, my therapist would always ask me about my dreams and then analyze them through archetypes and symbolism.
I don’t love dream analysis as a part of therapy but there were times where it helped me understand underlying issues that were deeply ingrained into my psyche.
Anyhow, I told my therapist about this movie. I was like “soo.. it’s pretty violent but you might appreciate all of the archetypes and symbolism” littered throughout the film as a Jungian. I wonder if she’ll actually go see it.
Oh also, something I didn’t get to tackle in my review was another insight from the director Panos. He talked about how you could interpret a lot of the imagery in regards to how all modern religions are in his mind, perversion of their original intentions.
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