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 Post subject: Re: TV: Mindhunter (Netflix)
PostPosted: Tue November 21, 2017 9:08 pm 
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So...

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Holden is also a psychopath? I mean I think there have been some hints about this throughout the show. And he got some sort of panic attack at the end? Maybe he at some level realized this, if not rationally, at least emotionally. Anyways I think we might learn more about his background in the next season.

Not at all. He is a guy who begins to realize he shares humanity with psychopaths. He can recognize some of his own impulses in them. This makes him very uncomfortable. He begins to question why he is so obsessed with this work, why he is putting himself in these situations. He is not a psycho; recognizing yourself in psychos is challenging and discomforting. And, in his case, alienating (hence the scene where he is moving among other people in shadows, disconnected, searching, only to find someone he is close to may be slipping away from him).

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 Post subject: Re: TV: Mindhunter (Netflix)
PostPosted: Tue November 21, 2017 9:47 pm 
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LoathedVermin72 wrote:
contamination wrote:
So...

Spoiler: show
Holden is also a psychopath? I mean I think there have been some hints about this throughout the show. And he got some sort of panic attack at the end? Maybe he at some level realized this, if not rationally, at least emotionally. Anyways I think we might learn more about his background in the next season.

Not at all. He is a guy who begins to realize he shares humanity with psychopaths. He can recognize some of his own impulses in them. This makes him very uncomfortable. He begins to question why he is so obsessed with this work, why he is putting himself in these situations. He is not a psycho; recognizing yourself in psychos is challenging and discomforting. And, in his case, alienating (hence the scene where he is moving among other people in shadows, disconnected, searching, only to find someone he is close to may be slipping away from him).


Yeah I think this is pretty spot on


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 Post subject: Re: TV: Mindhunter (Netflix)
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This was great.


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 Post subject: Re: TV: Mindhunter (Netflix)
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i really enjoyed this

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 Post subject: Re: TV: Mindhunter (Netflix)
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I finished this yesterday. I liked it a lot.

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