Sevilla, Kimberly A. Psy-33 The Aviator film is biographical drama film that I inspired. Having an Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is not so easy, it is an anxiety disorder characterized by intrusive thoughts that produce uneasiness, apprehension, fear, or worry, by repetitive behaviors aimed at reducing at associated anxiety or by combination of such obsession and compulsions. While Hughes is simultaneously growing more unstable due to severe OCD he tried his best and he became a successful film producer and an aviator. There is a part to myself of admiring OCD because of having the good advantage of it that will help to be successful. Hughes becomes obsessed with shooting the film realistically, aiming to be perfect and organized film.
There are two major features from this article that explain this concept, the murderer was an alcoholic which can prove he may be fixated in the oral stage, but he also has shown aggression and violence and therefore supports the Psychodynamic approach. Crime: Between Father and Son The Biological approach could be useful in explaining this crime, the relationship between the killers is significant in this, father and son. Due to this being the Biological Approach this could be something to do with heredity genes or personality traits. The father may have carried aggression traits or certain traits that lead to violence and passed this onto his son. We can also use brain abnormalities to explain this; both father and son could have suffered some sort of brain dysfunction or a certain trauma which may have caused
After leaving victorious from the Trojan War, he possesses a sense of pride and invincibility, raiding cities and fueling his need for glory. Yes, Odysseus’s attitude allows him to act cleverly and quickly when placed in tough situations, but it is his foolishness that gets him into dangerous positions in the first place. One example is his encounter with Polyphêmos, the Cyclops. While in the monster’s cave, his companions wish to take needed supplies and leave in order to avoid any trouble that might arise. In spite of this, Odysseus refuses to retreat; he is curious to see what the creature has to
Don’t give in to the noose, a fate that so many weak and not intelligent people have fallen to before you. Despite what you think, you are loved, you do have friends, you do have family, and you can have your dream of a wife, house, car, and a little extra money saved up. Seeing your interaction with your dad was quite confusing. It was hard to tell what emotions were going on between the two of you. He began criticizing you and everything you were doing, looking at you even biting your nails as weakness but around half of guys in their teens still bite their nails, hell I still bite my nails at age 19.
Woodifield looks older than he is and he is perhaps thin also since the story describes him as frail. His friend is the opposite of him. He’s older, working, drinking and smoking on a daily basis. Through the story, you get the impression that he’s really successful l but this is until you get a glimpse of his personal life. When Mr.Woodifield starts talking about the “bosses” dead son and how well kept his grave is you could almost directly feel the change of his feeling and how he’s reacting to Mr.Woodifield words.
Throughout the story he explains how he isn't insane, and how his disease only "sharpened" his senses. In the "Tell-Tale Heart", Edgar Allan Poe uses irony, imagery, and symbolism to show how sick the mind of the narrator truly is. Edgar Allan Poe uses irony throughout the story because he constantly confesses how sane he is. This is ironic because as he describes his actions and motives for the murder, he is only unveiling his insanity. The narrator attempts to reassure his audience he is of sound mind.
Although his actions are very insane, they can be seen as rational to reader considering hedonism. Devotion to pleasure, hedonism, makes Dorian be deceitful about his true self by deflecting the attention of the public from the mad man to the beautiful and intelligent gentlemen. Dorian is, young, sensitive, and emotional, meaning that he is susceptible to manipulation. Lord Henry takes advantage of that opportunity and gives Dorian the yellow book; this book opens up the world of hedonism and aestheticism which eventually turns his young life into an eternal oblivion of misery. Dorian develops a fear of aging so he tries to live his life as if it was his last day on earth.
Human desires and fantasies cause hunger that leads people to satisfy this desire with personal fulfillment and contentment that reaching your optimal potential brings. In the poem “Kubla Khan” the poet describes how Emperor Kublai Khan wants the construction of the dome, a “stately Pleasure-Dome”(2), in this majestic place where a river ran “through caverns measureless to man / Down to a sunless sea.”(4-5). Calls it a Xanadu, a place so beautiful it can be directly related to this topic of human potential and desire. He was inspired to build a dome there, which came from a dream while he was high on drugs. All this relates to this topic of human potential and human desire to achieve it because Coleridge is trying to describe the creation of this dome being constructed in the middle of a paradise near this mystical river; representing a dream, a goal, a dome with a 10 mile radius which is not necessarily possible but it is his desire to achieve it.
Tsotsi: A Clichéd Redemption Of A Criminal Tsotsi is a cruel, ruthless criminal. Yet, with the use of effective filming and storyline, he evokes sympathy at the end of the film when he is arrested. The audience believes that he has changed into a better man in a matter of days. This is very cliché and typical of any film that shows the evolution of a bad character into a good character. I think that the audience is very naive for feeling sympathy for Tsotsi because he is a criminal that was involved with the murder of two people; Butcher and Zachariah.