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Tomorrow Never Dies - Oedipus?
When James and that asian chic are in the helicoptor on the way to Carver's new building, a large poster of Carver's face was hanging on it. James commented on it saying "I'm beginning to think he has an Oedipus Complex." Well well kids, Oedipus Complex is the love for one's mother. It would appear that he meant to say a Narcissus Complex, which is a love for one's self, that would explain the large poster of himself.
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mwaarg writes:
the edifice complex comment is clearly a pun, there is no "Edifice Complex"
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Anyone writes:
False. He said "edifice complex". A TV with Closed Captioning will verify that. Edifice Complex is when a person wants to build new buildings.
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Cock-up writes:
No... The Edifice complex is, I think, a mistake in the subtitling. So, I looked up Oedipus complex on the Internet. Oedipus did love his mother, but, the Oedipus complex is, basically, love for oneself, i.e. thinking oneself a sex object, conceit, similar to the Narcissus complex. Maybe should make a new section called Subtitling? Wait... Here it is. Ah. Edifice, in the dictionary is a building... but no complex. Sorry.
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