Psycho – “A boy’s best friend is his mother.”

November 20th, 2010

This is my first time to watch Psycho and I think this is a great movie though, director’s clear editing and powerful background music are giving me surprise. I think this movie conveys some imply messages to an audience and the following points are my observation.

(character) Norman: I think his name also meaning ” NO MAN”, it can represent his personality. He has no friends and no goal but his mother. He is not a mature person and always acting like a kid. (always eating candy and snacks) I think Norman refuses to grow up in his deeply mind because he wants to be his mother son forever, he doesn’t want things get change. He loves his mother so much so he can’t accept his mother in love with other men but him. I think this is the key point to make him turn to be a mental patient.

Norman’s home and Bates motel: As I see, Norman and his mother’s house is located at the top of hill and the motel is located at the bottom of hill. From this I can see Norman put his mother in a very high position in his mind (the house is represent his mother) and the motel represents Norman which is always under his mother. This is a complicated feeling and thinking in Norman’s mind

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