December 20, 2002
Sometimes a finger is more than a finger

Apropos of pretty much nothing except my procrastination, here's a Jungian take on The Piano. "Consider for a moment Flora's improvisation on her mother's muteness. ... Flora's insight is penetrating. In this fantasy her father died and her mother was struck dumb as punishment for their passion, for the joy of their own voices. ... The multiple images of isolation and constriction in THE PIANO point to a central psychological complex." There's a "review" of Bulworth in that site too.

Posted by dbrown at December 20, 2002 06:20 PM
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