The Linguist: A fairy tale film
A fairy tale film adapted from the Brothers Grimm story, “The Three Languages.”
Daphne tries to please her demanding mother but ends up on her own mystical adventure.
One can amplify dreams with fairytales, but one can also amplify fairytales with dreams, and that is because the fairytales are dreams, not personal dreams but the not-yet-understood archetypal dreams of a culture. They areTHOMAS ELSNER ANIMALS AND ANALYSIS: THE GRIMM’S TALE “THE THREE LANGUAGES”
dreams and visions that are told over and over again out of sense of fascination and collective relevance, like recurring dreams, like Coleridge’s Ancient Mariner telling his tale over and over, perhaps seeking someone who might