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    I love Doctor Zhivago both the 1965 movie and 2002 tv-miniseries. I never read the book. I'm surprise no on hasn't done a thread on this Classic.

    Main Character

    Yuri Zhivago- totally infj

    Lara Antipov- totally enfp

    Tonya Zhivago- isfj

    Pasha Antipov/ Strelnikov- i can't seem to type him because he changes from a sweet boy/ man to cold/detached emotional man? But, I'll guess- Pasha/ infp or intp & Strelniko/ entj.

    Victor Komarovsky- maybe-estp or entj
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    I saw the movie.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ratsimoan View Post
    Yuri Zhivago- totally infj
    I got that overall impression as well.

    "Your point, their village."
    "I hate everything you say, but not enough to kill you for it."

    Lara: I don't want you to have to lie about me.
    Lara: You understand that, Yuri?
    *he nods*
    Lara: You understand everything.

    Pasha Antipov/ Strelnikov- i can't seem to type him because he changes from a sweet boy/ man to cold/detached emotional man? But, I'll guess- Pasha/ infp or intp & Strelniko/ entj.
    Yeah, his character evidently displayed more than one type. Those are also what I would choose as well. He felt he had to make himself into something colder/harder.

    I thought Victor Komarovsky played the rational role of an estj more-so than entj and estp.

    I really liked this movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratsimoan View Post
    I love Doctor Zhivago both the 1965 movie and 2002 tv-miniseries. I never read the book. I'm surprise no on hasn't done a thread on this Classic.

    Main Character

    Yuri Zhivago- totally infj

    Lara Antipov- totally enfp

    Tonya Zhivago- isfj

    Pasha Antipov/ Strelnikov- i can't seem to type him because he changes from a sweet boy/ man to cold/detached emotional man? But, I'll guess- Pasha/ infp or intp & Strelniko/ entj.

    Victor Komarovsky- maybe-estp or entj
    I agree on your typing completely.
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    I would like to type Yevgraf Zhivago as ISTJ, since I feel there was enough of his character to type him.

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