Acting-Out Politics

Weblog opens discussion about the psychology of Bushmerican style of behavior.

Bergman’s film depicts the psychological condition of an attractive and intelligent person (Liv Ullmann) who in spite of being successfully married is suffering from the consequences of having been chronically neglected as a child and adolescent by her mother (Ingrid Bergman). The film is dedicated to analysis of the emotional encounter between the two of […]

Resnais’ film is a barely possible comedy about the pompous cult of romantic love we all carry in our hearts. At first the film lures us into romantic love with romantic love (into an unconditional identification with it) only to overwhelm us by the stylistic monumentalization ecstatic love expects from its narrator, and then it […]

“Long Day’s Journey into the Night” is a film about family life – about a common destiny, how we cope with problems of personal relationships, how we treat one another inside our families, how the human soul becomes part of the family soul, and how our social life competes and coexists with our family obligations […]

The Relevance Of Benton’s Painting In The 21st Century That Follows Agrarian Worldview Despite The Availability Of Knowledge About Prevention Of Illnesses Thomas Hart Benton, “Lord Heals Child” Humankind comes from an agrarian way of life (agrarian nomadism and/or sedentariness) like baby from mother’s womb. The agrarian sensibility is womb-oriented, when we feel ourselves as […]

« Previous Page  Next Entries »

Calendar

November 2014
M T W T F S S
« Oct   Dec »
 12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930

Topics

Categories

Archives

Recent Comments