The Appeal of Alter Egos

Ramblings from a Raging Academic

Photo by Priscilla Du Preez on Unsplash — “Please sir, no press coverage.”

The most thrilling part of a movie surrounds a usually complicated premise, one that is made up of many seemingly dissimilar threads but eventually becomes intertwined into one surprisingly coherent piece.

What I love the most about these kinds of movies, are the grand reveals, the instances where someone is not quite who they say they are.




A myriad of strange and creative works — a soundboard for Synthia.

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Synthia Stark

Synthia Stark

Canadian Mental Health Professional | 5x Top Writer | Writing about mental health, psychology, science, etc.

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