Susan draws a portrait of Mircalla Karstein, on which Susan's husband doodles in the upper right-hand corner. Later, when Susan looks at the drawing, her husband's doodling is missing. See more
[reading from a book
Nightmares are always the expression of a powerful desire which, instead of being accepted by us, is rejected and repressed... There exists in the human female an undeniable aggressive tendency when she's eventually confronted by the loss of her virginity, an event of supreme importance to her, and which is, for her, desirable and abhorred at the same time. Some modern specialists call this 'The Judith Complex.'