Robert W. Sullivan – 1 of 2 – Cinema Symbolism 2: More Esoteric Imagery in Popular Movies

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Finally! The much anticipated sequel to Cinema Symbolism is here! Cinema Symbolism 2: More Esoteric Imagery in Popular Movies explores the hidden symbolism and esoteric imagery in such movies as Crimson Peak, the Harry Potter Saga, The Chronicles of Narnia, Blue Velvet, Mulholland Drive, Suspiria, From Hell, Black Swan, Angel Heart, Fantasia, Eyes Wide Shut, The Lion King, Maleficent, Watchmen, The Shining, Halloween III: Season of the Witch, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Gangs of New York and many more.

Cinema Symbolism 2 unveils some of cinema’s greatest mysteries. For example, The Shining’s Stuart Ullman wears red, white, and blue and has an American flag on his desk because the Overlook Hotel is the embodiment of the sinister side of American patriotism. The Overlook Hotel was built on an Indian burial ground symbolizing the United States, which was likewise forged at the expense of the Native American nations thus “burying them” which most tend to overlook hence the hotel’s apt name. Indians were placed on Reservations; as such the hotel has no choice but to incorporate some “Navajo and Apache motifs,” according to Ullman. Did you know that Albus Dumbledore personifies the legendary Hellenistic Egyptian sage Thoth Hermes Mercurius Trismegistus Or that in Magic, the Fats dummy was created specifically to look like Anthony Hopkins in order to symbolize the shadow self of his character, Charles “Corky” Withers. Likewise, 9½ Weeks’ Elizabeth McGraw is consumed by a fetish for black silk stockings which enables her to release her dark sensual side, allowing her to alchemically embrace her erotic shadow.

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