Psychological View

A VISION psychological LA film SHREK run of the main characters in the movie Shrek is an ogre who lives in a swamp. He hates to be bothered and is very jealous of their privacy. A day is invaded by a group of characters in stories that have been vacated by Lord Farquaad, tyrant with aspirations of being King. Angry, Shrek goes to see him to demand that he return his swamp, removing characters from the tales and be able to recover his loneliness. In exchange for giving their Marsh, you must rescue Princess Fiona imprisoned in a castle guarded by a dragon lanza-fuego.

Shrek, accompanied by a talking donkey named donkey, goes to the Castle, where captive Princess and after running great adventures, he realizes that the world is not as bad as I thought, to find sincere friendship in the ass and love in the Princess who must rescue. The characters to be analyzed are: Shrek, donkey, Princess Fiona and Lord Farquaad. Perspective Psychoanalytical the main difference of this perspective with other models is the given value to the symptoms. The symptoms are the expression of a conflict, a way of communicating something that the subject cannot express otherwise. Symptoms protect anxiety although somehow cause it and they can mask their meaning-. According to Freud, the symptom would be an attempt to self-healing. Not be pursued, since the Elimination of the symptom, this without paying attention to their meaning therefore can assume another worst substitution of the symptom – producing or increase the suffering of the subject. In the case of Shrek, we can appreciate a symptom manifested in his behavior when he makes explicit his desire to live in solitary and isolated from the world: I live in a swamp, I’m a terrifying ogre, what will I have to do to get intimacy….

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