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    The most complete fictional portrayal in film of a female ENFP has got to be Poppy, the lead character in Happy-Go-Lucky. The only thing missing is the usual NF self-consciousness. She is nonjudgmental towards herself and others. She looks aimless and carefree on the surface, but the film highlights her ability to connect pretty deeply with all the characters. She's annoying and charming at the same time--talks nonstop, makes jokes constantly, but has a few gentle moments where her deep caring is obvious for her friends, her students, and even strangers.

    The best parts of the film are her volatile interactions with her bigoted, uptight driving instructor--but she even has sympathy for him!

    It was refreshing to see an interesting portrayal of a happy character--rather than the usual angsty protagonists. It also showed that a generosity of spirit towards others could be a good coping strategy for life.

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    Ellen Olenska from the age of innocence.

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    Oh I know one more: Raki from claymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chatoyer View Post
    The most complete fictional portrayal in film of a female ENFP has got to be Poppy, the lead character in Happy-Go-Lucky. The only thing missing is the usual NF self-consciousness. She is nonjudgmental towards herself and others. She looks aimless and carefree on the surface, but the film highlights her ability to connect pretty deeply with all the characters. She's annoying and charming at the same time--talks nonstop, makes jokes constantly, but has a few gentle moments where her deep caring is obvious for her friends, her students, and even strangers.

    The best parts of the film are her volatile interactions with her bigoted, uptight driving instructor--but she even has sympathy for him!

    It was refreshing to see an interesting portrayal of a happy character--rather than the usual angsty protagonists. It also showed that a generosity of spirit towards others could be a good coping strategy for life.
    yeah she's totally an enfp....completely nuts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ferrisbueller View Post
    I also do think that Elizabeth Bennett was an ENFP. To me her pairing with Darcy was ENFP/INTJ, though I think this has been argued and argued in forums past.
    I'm more inclined to see her as an INFJ in the novel (a weak I). In movies, she is often played as ENFP (by Keira Knightley, in particular).

    I think Clementine in Eternal Sunshine is ENFP.
    Celine in Before Sunrise/Sunset is an xNFP. I can't decide E or I....but I lean towards E.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FantailedWall View Post

    Donnie Darko

    I'd actually wager 'INFJ', with strong thinking tendencies.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    I'm more inclined to see her as an INFJ in the novel (a weak I). In movies, she is often played as ENFP (by Keira Knightley, in particular).

    I think Clementine in Eternal Sunshine is ENFP.
    Celine in Before Sunrise/Sunset is an xNFP. I can't decide E or I....but I lean towards E.
    Celine is definitely ENFP
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    I'm more inclined to see her as an INFJ in the novel (a weak I). In movies, she is often played as ENFP (by Keira Knightley, in particular).

    I think Clementine in Eternal Sunshine is ENFP.
    Celine in Before Sunrise/Sunset is an xNFP. I can't decide E or I....but I lean towards E.
    I think you've caught me. I was assigned to read Pride and Prejudice in school but I only read parts of it, but I've certainly seen a number of film adaptations, including the Knightley version and the BBC one as well. It's entirely possible that my guess of ENFP was based more on film adaptations than on the novel.
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