Analysis of the Character of Antwone Fisher From Several Theory Perspectives


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Analysis of Antwone Fisher From a Psychoanalytic, Trait Theory and Cognitive-Behavioural Theory Perspective
Personality disorders are often portrayed in film, giving audiences a glimpse into the world of both Axis I and Axis II personality disorders. Antwone Fisher is a film by first-time director Denzel Washington that explores psychotherapy and the growth and development of an individual with an Axis II disorder, including conduct disorder and borderline personality disorder. Antwone Fisher, also the name of the main character, undergoes intense psychotherapy in the film and achieves a sense of wholeness that he has not had prior to his therapy. While his personality rooted in aggression, abandonment and isolation is pervasive...
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