I love Shakespeare, though I could stand to read much more of his work. I guess that's the point I was trying to wrap my head around earlier. Is Freud really responsible for everything Dr. Dufresne is attributing to him below? It seems to me film and especially literature have a deeper foundation where it comes to sexual metaphor that is not so exclusively dependent on Freud. Maybe he was just painting with some super duper broad strokes in his statement. But it's awfully aloof. It's also curious that he feels today's film is "absolutely awful". I know this amounts to very little in the dialog here, and I have no interest in derailing or muddying the waters. I'd like to know more about Freud's influence on film and literary culture, so maybe I'll dig into it on on my own.