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PHQ | QUESTIONS FROM COMMUNITY: In this episode Joel and Antonia answer a listener question about FP types and NF types and why they are not often portrayed as the bad guys in movies.
In this podcast you’ll find:
- Most of the writers and creators in Hollywood are Intuitive Feelers (NF) or Introverted Feelers (Fi). They will write a villain as their exact opposite.
- They will favor their worldview and view the opposite type as the oppressor.
- Villains that are FPs are going to be much more nuanced and take longer to develop.
- Perfume – Dark Character ISFP – beautiful darkness – highly nuanced – writer likely exploring own inner darkness
- Villains that are black and white are usually Thinker Judgers (TJ). Either ETJ or ITJ.
- Typically the self-expression and individuality of Fi buts heads with somebody who is trying to create an organization of evil that objectifies people.
- Hunger Games – all TJs who were trying to organize the world were the bad guys.
- More darkly nuanced villains, NFs, are more likely to show up in a series because there is more time to develop the character.
- The standard box office film has less time to develop character, so TJs are the easy go-to for villains.
- Most chilling villains end up being TPs.
- Marlo in The Wire is very chilling. Probably an INTP.
- Harry Potter Dolores Umbridge probably an ESFJ. She was the oppressor of Harry Potter, who was probably an introverted feeler (Fi).
- The characters that are not commonly thought to be bad guys are sometimes the most chilling.
- Reluctant heroes fall in Fi spectrum.
- Rare to find chilling characters that are using Fi.
- Most likely, you will find the villains as the standard oppressor to Fi, which is usually Extraverted Thinkers.
- Cersei in Game of Thrones might be ISFP. Dedication to children combined with egocentric belief that she is outthinking everyone when she really isn’t.
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