Being John Malkovich Essay | Dr. Freud in Being John Malcovich

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Dr. Freud in Being John Malcovich

Summary: The use of Freud's theories in the movie, 'Being John Malcovich.'
Being John Malcovich

Why does it seem that people always have this innate desire to become someone else? What would happen if there was some way of making this dream a reality? How would it be handled, how would lives be destroyed, or people be hurt? These questions are answered in the movie, Being John Malcovich, and really all seem to center around Dr. Freud's strange and unusual theory. There are three parts to this theory; id, ego, and superego. The most prevalent in the movie would be the idea of the id which is "the basest part of all and represents our animal drives and desires. It is driven purely by basic biological urges: hunger, sex and aggression" (For more information see the home page of Dr. George Boeree) followed by the super-ego which is the rules we feel inclined to follow and...

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