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Reply To: What’s In a Name?” with Stephen Gerringer”


    Shaheda; I’m adding a short promotional clip of the: “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” because it gives an really good feel of the character surrounding this main figure which has come to represent the “Impossible Dream”. If you are familiar with the story his psychosis touches you poignantly in but in an inspiring way; and Jonathon Price’s depiction is magnificent along with Adam Driver’s Sancho Panza which takes this modern adaptation and puts a brand new spin on it. Joseph mentions in “The Power of Myth” that the “world is a wasteland” and Quixote was important because the modern technical world disorients people; and Quixote’s heroic psychosis of chasing windmills saves The Quest of this Adventure of the Hero for himself even though everyone around him thinks he’s crazy. In other words he represents something noble in the human spirit.