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    Wes Anderson seems more 5 to me.

    Kathryn Bigelow = 6w5
    Masaki Kobayashi = 1w9
    Ang Lee = 9w1
    Terrence Malick = 4w5
    Steve McQueen (director of 12 Years a Slave) = 1w2
    Sam Mendes = 3w4
    Kenji Mizoguchi = 1w9
    Steven Spielberg = 7w6
    Lars von Trier = 4w5
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    Peter Jackson seems like some sort of 9w8/7w6/3w4 combo
    Tim Burton seems 4w5/5w4 (I lean the former)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    His films usually deal with themes such as justice, honor, morality, etc.
    Interesting point. I still wouldn't personally classify him as 1 (huge Kurasawa fan, me), but then I'm having a hard time articulating why.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Z Buck McFate View Post
    Interesting point. I still wouldn't personally classify him as 1 (huge Kurasawa fan, me), but then I'm having a hard time articulating why.
    I think he's a 1w2 with a strong connection to 4 (thinking of Ikiru and The Idiot) and 7 (Yojimbo and Sanjuro), in addition to his 1-themed works.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud of Thunder View Post
    I think he's a 1w2 with a strong connection to 4 (thinking of Ikiru and The Idiot) and 7 (Yojimbo and Sanjuro), in addition to his 1-themed works.
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    I had the impression Kurosawa was in the 147 or 478 tritype.

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    Always thought of David Fincher as a 5w6, you can see it in his protagonists - Lisbeth, Mark Zuckerburg, Robert Graysmith etc. Intelligent, focused, but isolated people. He often gives the same impression in interviews & commentaries to me.

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    You should watch some interviews with this guy, he's no 5 - he's big, brash, egotistical, aggressive, passionate. Plus look at his films, all muscular action. I'm convinced he's a sexual 8, although a lot of people will resist that because he's geeky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VagrantFarce View Post
    Always thought of David Fincher as a 5w6, you can see it in his protagonists - Lisbeth, Mark Zuckerburg, Robert Graysmith etc. Intelligent, focused, but isolated people. He often gives the same impression in interviews & commentaries to me.



    You should watch some interviews with this guy, he's no 5 - he's big, brash, egotistical, aggressive, passionate. Plus look at his films, all muscular action. I'm convinced he's a sexual 8, although a lot of people will resist that because he's geeky.
    Funny you say that. I originally put him as ESTP 8w7 when I made that post but edited it to 5w4 shortly afterward, and directly related him to myself because his movies are the closest thing I can relate my own sci fi book to. But at the same time I feel like he is INTJ, and I have difficulty seeing INTJs as 8's.

    I'm at a tossup with INTJ 5w4 or ESTP 8w7. Ive read that Ni doms can have very intense inner worlds, but then again as an ESTP, my Ni shines through my intense inner world... You think he could be the same personality as myself?

    5w4's often have intense inner worlds.

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    I'm starting to think Rohmer is an INFJ 1w9, as @brainheart said. Along with the 1-ish moral dilemmas, there also seems to be a strong Fe-focus in terms of social graces, detached manipulation/flirtation, seeing individuals as 'types', etc. in his moral tales films.

    The social dynamics in Suzanne's Career and La Collectionneuse are pretty Beta quadra.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    These are off the top of my head...feel free to add.


    1

    Akira Kurosawa


    3

    Roman Polanski

    4

    Robert Bresson
    Francois Truffaut
    Ingmar Bergman
    Andrei Tarkovsky
    Wes Anderson(?)


    5

    Stanley Kubrick
    Eric Rohmer
    Jean-Luc Godard
    Michelangelo Antonioni
    Coen Brothers
    Nicolas Winding Refn
    Claude Chabrol
    Christopher Nolan
    Sergio Leone

    6

    David Fincher
    Martin Scorsese
    Woody Allen

    7

    Federico Fellini
    Quentin Tarantino
    John Cassavetes

    8

    Orson Welles
    Alfred Hitchcock

    9

    Victor Erice
    David Lynch
    Sofia Coppola
    David Lynch is 5w4. Alfred Hitchcock was 5w6.

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    Gaspar Noë: 6w7 Sx/Sp
    Alejandro Jodorowsky: 8w7 So/Sx
    Alain Resnais: 5w4 So/Sx
    Sean Penn: 8w7 Sx/Sp
    Steven Spielberg: 7w6 Sp/So
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud of Thunder View Post
    Wes Anderson seems more 5 to me.

    Kathryn Bigelow = 6w5
    Masaki Kobayashi = 1w9
    Ang Lee = 9w1
    Terrence Malick = 4w5
    Steve McQueen (director of 12 Years a Slave) = 1w2
    Sam Mendes = 3w4
    Kenji Mizoguchi = 1w9
    Steven Spielberg = 7w6
    Lars von Trier = 4w5
    Lars Von Trier strikes me as a 5w4. E5 directors can be pretty versatile in terms of subject matter. The vibe I get from watching Melancholia, and reading about a few of his other films (including nymphomaniac..), is more Christopher Nolan, or Refn-esque (movies like Valhallaa Rising, Only God Forgives, Drive, etc.) than anything by Tarkovsky, Bergman, Bresson, etc.

    It's all sort of detached, experimental and fear-based compared to a film by an E4.

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