Berlin Syndrome Symbols & Objects

Melanie Joosten
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The Strawberries Andi Shares with Clare

The strawberries that Andi shares with Clare when they first meet symbolize the promise of love and a perfect relationship between the two people. Andi further enforces the ideal by saying they are from his family’s garden. This idea symbolizes his ability to nurture Clare. As, in truth, he bought them in the grocery store, the strawberries also symbolize how love can be built on imperfection, lies, and an artificial base. In this vein, they are a symbol that foreshadows the fact that Andi and Clare will not have a happy relationship together.

The Pink Water/Construction Pipes

Andi and Clare sit on water pipes which have been painted pink while they eat their strawberries. The water pipes symbolize how man tries to control the natural flow of things just as Andi tries to control the natural flow of his...

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