Journal title STUDI JUNGHIANI
Author/s Roberto Salati, Cesare Secchi
Publishing Year 2018 Issue 2017/46 Language Italian
Pages 17 P. 49-65 File size 202 KB
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The Authors examine The Fall, a British TV series, whose plot centres on a structured and efficient serial killer. In spite of the stereotypical and reassuring portrayal often offered by cinema and television, in The Fall the psychological dynamics of the characters are represented with sharp and uncanny insight. In the end, the Authors formulate some hypothesis, inspired by their respective theories, about the serial killer as an icon of evil.
Keywords: Serial killer, fictional world, perverse structures of mind, numinous, primitive anxieties, representation of evil
Roberto Salati, Cesare Secchi, Vicissitudini di un’icona del Male. Note su una rappresentazione del serial killer in The Fall, series 1-3 (UK-Ireland, 2013-2016), ideata e scritta da Allan Cubitt in "STUDI JUNGHIANI" 46/2017, pp 49-65, DOI: 10.3280/JUN2017-046003