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You’ve said that the conscious and subconscious desire should be in contradiction to one another, so when the protagonist gets or doesn’t get his object of desire, is that in opposition to whatever their subconscious desire is? - Question/Answer Now Playing


You’ve said that the conscious and subconscious desire should be in contradiction to one another, so when the protagonist gets or doesn’t get his object of desire, is that in opposition to whatever their subconscious desire is?

Jan 26, 2012

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You’ve said that the conscious and subconscious desire should be in contradiction to one another, so when the protagonist gets or doesn’t get his object of desire, is that in opposition to whatever their subconscious desire is? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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