Movies

Possessor Ending Explained: Who’s Possessing Who In Brandon Cronenberg’s Twisted Sci-Fi Horror Film?

Vos’ Possession Of Tate Is A Back And Forth Identity Struggle

The first key to understanding the symbolism and hidden details of Tasya Vos and Colin Tate’s conflict is Brandon Cronenberg’s inspiration to write Possessor, as he told JoBlo, from his own experience feeling he had to play a character to fit his surroundings. Vos does that for a living and its psychological toll, outside of murder, is clear from having to rehearse conversations with family to forgetting specific memories. Tate is similarly damaged even before his identity is literally stolen from within, having no close family and a morally bankrupt job at a data mining company.

Our main characters’ own identity struggles take on a whole new meaning when Tate, now overpowering Vos, is confused over the horrible things he seems to have done and Vos’ life is threatened when he manages to access her mind to use it against her. Thus, at is core, Possessor is a story about how easily people can lose their sense of self, whether it is to another person or their career. Speaking of…

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

‘Lord Of The Rings: Fellowship Of The Ring’ & ‘The Two Towers’ China Reissue Dates Set
Jeffrey Dean Morgan Teases Son’s Acting Role in The Walking Dead
Sandra Bullock And Channing Tatum’s Lost City Of D Just Scored An A+ Cameo
Alanis Morissette Shares New Song “I Miss the Band”: Listen
Top 10 Things Every Anime Fan HATES

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *