Although grizzly, the action and title are just strong metaphors about our need to deal with internal fears, and internal terror. It is necessary to open a third eye; necessary to dare to look straight on at the things we need to face. In doing so, we free ourselves to embrace and learn from the things we are prone to unnecessarily fear the most.
A guided meditation practice you'll pray to forget...
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Cuckold Picasso is an unusual title that connects to the film metaphorically. Using the modern fetish definition of cuckold, the painting is like the husband who receives sick pleasure from watching his wife with a greater stag, and gets excited by the shame and humiliation of his self-perceived inadequacy. But as the saying goes, there is no sympathy for the devil. Nor should there be. The cuckold mate in these situations is the one in control. He pulls the subject's strings, and if not dragged into the light the subject is a slave to those things he does but doesn't want to do. Those things he knows he shouldn't do, and it's usually tied to fear. See more
An der schönen blauen Donau
Composed by Johann Strauss
(as Johann Strauss)
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