Ich sehe den Mann deiner Träume (2010)63K
Ich sehe den Mann deiner Träume: Directed by Woody Allen. With Gemma Jones, Pauline Collins, Anthony Hopkins, Rupert Frazer. Sally’s parents’ marriage breaks up when her father undergoes a mid-life crisis and impulsively weds a prostitute. Meanwhile, Sally’s own marriage also begins to disintegrate.
“*****SPOILERS***** People who go to Woody Allenu0026#39;s films should know by now that Allen is an agnostic when it comes to God, and a skeptic when it comes to anything u0026quot;supernaturalu0026quot;, especially u0026quot;New Ageyu0026quot; beliefs. That doesnu0026#39;t stop him from using God, religion, and New Age beliefs in his films. In u0026quot;Aliceu0026quot;, one of Allenu0026#39;s best films, he uses a lot of u0026quot;New Ageyu0026quot; beliefs and supernatural events. Those people posting here who think that Allen is u0026quot;endorsingu0026quot; fortune-telling, psychics, and reincarnation are WAY off track. Allen is using those things to compare and contrast the u0026quot;ordinaryu0026quot; beliefs and actions of u0026quot;ordinaryu0026quot; people. The husband, daughter, and son-in-law think that the wife/mother/mother-in-law is u0026quot;delusionalu0026quot; because she believes in fortune-telling and reincarnation. BUT, does she REALLY believe in those things? Or, does she pretend to because it helps her to u0026quot;get what she wantsu0026quot; and the u0026quot;blameu0026quot; goes to the fortune-teller friends and/or her own u0026quot;nuttinessu0026quot;? She doesnu0026#39;t want to lend her ungrateful daughter even MORE money——blame the fortune-teller. She wants to criticize her son-in-law for wasting his life trying to become a famous writer instead of becoming a doctor——thatu0026#39;s what the fortune-teller said. She knows these kinds of things still u0026quot;stingu0026quot; her ungrateful family members, but itu0026#39;s not because SHE is being critical or mean——the fortune-teller is saying these things! She would rather be thought of as u0026quot;nuttyu0026quot; than u0026quot;judgmental and selfishu0026quot;. And, she knows her husband is the u0026quot;nuttyu0026quot; and delusional one—–he thinks he can stop the aging process and death by working out at the gym and marrying a woman young enough to be his grand-daughter. The daughter is delusional because she thinks her boss has romantic feelings for her when he has never said or done anything to give that impression. The son-in-law is delusional because he thinks he is a great writer and thinks he can actually get away with passing someone elseu0026#39;s writing off as his own. All these u0026quot;delusionsu0026quot; are u0026quot;ordinaryu0026quot; ones that humans have All The Time, so we donu0026#39;t recognize them as u0026quot;delusionsu0026quot;. We save that judgment for the u0026quot;real nuttyu0026quot; things like psychics and reincarnation. Allen says, why are some delusions u0026quot;nuttyu0026quot; but others arenu0026#39;t? Well, I guess our OWN delusions are NOT nutty, but other peopleu0026#39;s delusions ARE nutty. Does that make us delusional? Nutty? Or Human?”