Rian Johnson's Psychological Inspirations for VIII: Jung, Bly and the Human Shadow

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Post by Maria Antonietta on Wed 28 Sep 2016, 6:35 am

The audio book is soooo good and deep. Still I don't quite understand the difference between the "white shadow" and the dark one
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Post by Maria Antonietta on Wed 28 Sep 2016, 3:17 pm

in chapter four, he tells a very interesting fairy tale about the son of a king and a queen. during childbirth, the son's shadow was threw out of the window in the form of a snake. when it was time to wed, he meets him. oh god, I'm too lazy to summarize, anyway the snake wanted to wed first because he's the oldest. he finally makes it, he marries a wood cutter's daughter, when they are alone at night after the wedding, the snake wants her to undress and she says to him: I'll do it but first you have to take one of your skins off. and it goes and goes until a shapeless mask remains of that snake. she takes it, bathes it into milk and she sees a beautiful boy arise.

If their intention is to peel kylo's costume away, maybe he's reading this kind of stories. it's really good, the original tale is called Laidly Worm. It is mainly about Daughter/Stepmother conflict
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Post by vaderito on Wed 28 Sep 2016, 3:29 pm

@Maria Antonietta wrote:in chapter four, he tells a very interesting fairy tale about the son of a king and a queen. during childbirth, the son's shadow was threw out of the window in the form of a snake. when it was time to wed, he meets him. oh god, I'm too lazy to summarize, anyway the snake wanted to wed first because he's the oldest. he finally makes it, he marries a wood cutter's daughter, when they are alone at night after the wedding, the snake wants her to undress and she says to him: I'll do it but first you have to take one of your skins off. and it goes and goes until a shapeless mask remains of that snake. she takes it, bathes it into milk and she sees a beautiful boy arise.

If their intention is to peel kylo's costume away, maybe he's reading this kind of stories. it's really good, the original tale is called Laidly Worm. It is mainly about Daughter/Stepmother conflict
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Actually, that tale is one of famous Prince Under the Spell tales like BatB. Very good analogy with Reylo.
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Post by Maria Antonietta on Wed 28 Sep 2016, 3:53 pm

@vaderito wrote:
@Maria Antonietta wrote:in chapter four, he tells a very interesting fairy tale about the son of a king and a queen. during childbirth, the son's shadow was threw out of the window in the form of a snake. when it was time to wed, he meets him. oh god, I'm too lazy to summarize, anyway the snake wanted to wed first because he's the oldest. he finally makes it, he marries a wood cutter's daughter, when they are alone at night after the wedding, the snake wants her to undress and she says to him: I'll do it but first you have to take one of your skins off. and it goes and goes until a shapeless mask remains of that snake. she takes it, bathes it into milk and she sees a beautiful boy arise.

If their intention is to peel kylo's costume away, maybe he's reading this kind of stories. it's really good, the original tale is called Laidly Worm. It is mainly about Daughter/Stepmother conflict
@Maria Antonietta

Actually, that tale is one of famous Prince Under the Spell tales like BatB. Very good analogy with Reylo.
@vaderito

oooh so the witch in the woods put a spell on her son? why can't I analize tales correctly pale
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Post by guardienne on Fri 28 Oct 2016, 10:22 am



a pretty insightful interview with johnson. i have only seen looper so i'm kinda really new to him but i love how much he really wants to answer.
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