Analysis Of The Movie ' American Psycho '

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Patrick Bateman is the protagonist in the film "American Psycho”. In the movie Patrick tends to show lack of empathy, he also think he is an important man or sense of self-importance. Patrick seems to believe that the fact that he has a lot of cash makes him an extremely important man. In fact, money is a facet of Patrick being that makes him better than most people, like in the movie with the home-less man. Patrick also believes that he is “special” I can only say towards this comment is that he associate with a lot of high-status people. For example, when he takes Paul Allen out for dinner, Patrick makes a show of pretending to recognize Ivana Trump at a nerdy table. In the movie Patrick show lots of envious and also think others are envious of him, his envy goes so far as to make the display of business cards at this office a tense and competitive affair. He also shows arrogant, haughty behavior and attitudes. And is shown with the first two prostitute. Patrick Bateman hallucinations cannot be accounted for by a personality disorder. Patrick imagining horrific thing happening, or imagining that they did not happen, can be explained by schizophrenia, a rare but sever mental illness. What is Schizophrenia? A server brain disorder in which people interpret reality abnormally. Schizophrenia may result in some combination of hallucination, delusions, and extremely disorder thinking and behavior. Patrick Bateman also shows an amount of hallucination as shown in the film,
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