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    Quote Originally Posted by Lambchop View Post
    My husband went to see this movie and rather enjoyed. He wrote a great review about it that you can read here -

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    "Quentin Tarantino has knack for taking terse moments and playing them for all they are worth... and then some. You can expect the same level of masterful tension throughout Inglourious Basterds."


    Tarantino did an amazing job with suspense in a few scenes, really stellar stuff (the scene with Shoshana and Zoller in the projection room absolutely killed me, and of course many of Landa's scenes). Then there were places where he kind of...kept going...and going...and going with it. He was definitely flexing his suspense muscles, and it was interesting to see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poppy View Post
    (the scene with Shoshana and Zoller in the projection room absolutely killed me, and of course many of Landa's scenes). Then there were places where he kind of...kept going...and going...and going with it. He was definitely flexing his suspense muscles, and it was interesting to see.
    Yeah, that was a good scene. I also liked the one with Shosanna and Landa in the restaurant (eating the strudel). And basically all Landa's scenes.
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    So I uhh...went to the theater and watched it again.

    I'm still a bit torn on Landa's type, but I have verified that Inglourious Basterds is one of my new favorite films.

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    ^^Just saw it again as well.

    BTW, are you guys sure Shosanna is INFP? She's just so...cold.
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    There is something compelling about this film and is a must see film for the year, it is refreshing to see a film with a good script and dialogue and action along with the dark sense of humour only Tarantino can deliver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    ^^Just saw it again as well.

    BTW, are you guys sure Shosanna is INFP? She's just so...cold.
    I think Fi is a possibility. Fi expressing itself can be extremely frigid, conscious disdain; where Ti is more often expressed as an empty, indifferent void that is perceived as cold. I changed my original post to switch around Shosanna and Von Hammersmark's types, because I think you are right about the actress exhibiting more Fe. But I could definitely see Ti for Shosanna too, I'm reminded of her blatant disregard for being continuously hit on, however is that a general dislike of courting or was it because she in good conscience could not stand to be any more accepting of German Officers than she possibly had to, considering what they had done to her family? Anyways, I'm inclined to generally think ISxP for her, leaning towards F.



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    Fi under extreme circumstances can be incredibly ice cold and vindictive..it's the other side of the coin basically. I can see INFP for Shoshanna...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    I think Fi is a possibility. Fi expressing itself can be extremely frigid, conscious disdain; where Ti is more often expressed as an empty, indifferent void that is perceived as cold. I changed my original post to switch around Shosanna and Von Hammersmark's types, because I think you are right about the actress exhibiting more Fe. But I could definitely see Ti for Shosanna too, I'm reminded of her blatant disregard for being continuously hit on, however is that a general dislike of courting or was it because she in good conscience could not stand to be any more accepting of German Officers than she possibly had to, considering what they had done to her family? Anyways, I'm inclined to generally think ISxP for her, leaning towards F.
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    Fi under extreme circumstances can be incredibly ice cold and vindictive..it's the other side of the coin basically. I can see INFP for Shoshanna...
    Yeah, that's true. She's deliberately cold towards Zoller and the rest of the Germans because of her personal history. Otherwise she's quietly affectionate (such as towards Marcel), which seems more Fi. Also, she had that moment of tenderness towards Zoller at the end that got her killed. A true "T" character in a Tarantino film would have had no thoughts about offing him (O-Ren Ishii, The Bride, etc).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Yeah, that's true. She's deliberately cold towards Zoller and the rest of the Germans because of her personal history. Otherwise she's quietly affectionate (such as towards Marcel), which seems more Fi. Also, she had that moment of tenderness towards Zoller at the end that got her killed. A true "T" character in a Tarantino film would have had no thoughts about offing him (O-Ren Ishii, The Bride, etc).
    Yep, forgot about that part. When she approached him after she shot him, I was thinking "No you idiot! Make sure he's dead!" And then BLAM BLAM. So, ISFP it looks like.



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    And about von Hammersmark, I've been thinking about it, and wouldn't she be more of an SP? She seems like the archetype of the performer (ESFP, ESTP), not a quiet ISFJ. And the part when the veterinarian was "pulling the slug out her gam" showed her to be quite calm and capable of persuasion under great stress. Not sure what that says, but I'm thinking that it's pointing away from ISFJ. She didn't seem sensitive at all like you'd think an ISFJ would be, she seemed purely manipulative.

    As for Landa (and this is unrelated to what you were saying in your recent posts, Jock), I am almost sure he's not an Fe dom. Way, way too Te for that. He's an inspector for chrissakes!

    Edit: Yeah, I thought that as well!
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