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    INFj.

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    Man, dunno where you see that. I'd say FiSe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosewood View Post
    Man, dunno where you see that. I'd say FiSe.
    Fi, I can see. Why Se creative?

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    I´ll watch some of her videos&interviews when I get a free mom. From scanning these I don´t get a distinct Ne impression, on the contrary -- interest in the present, the impression that change doesn´t come easy and feelings are kind of static, a bit of negativism ... http://www.searchquotes.com/quotes/a...ophie_Marceau/

    I´ve seen her in Anna Karenina and she vibes like a more down-to-earth Fi ...she reminds me a bit of Carla Bruni.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosewood View Post
    I´ll watch some of her videos&interviews when I get a free mom. From scanning these I don´t get a distinct Ne impression, on the contrary -- interest in the present, the impression that change doesn´t come easy and feelings are kind of static, a bit of negativism ... http://www.searchquotes.com/quotes/a...ophie_Marceau/

    I´ve seen her in Anna Karenina and she vibes like a more down-to-earth Fi ...she reminds me a bit of Carla Bruni.
    Yeah, I agree with you.
    Anna Karenina is often type SEE, I believe. So, it would be easy to play her mirror.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Martrix View Post
    Yeah, I agree with you.
    Anna Karenina is often type SEE, I believe. So, it would be easy to play her mirror.
    why would Karenina be Gamma SF and not Beta NF. She's not guided so much by Fi (family values, suppression of 'unnecessary passions' etc.) Oh and of course .. Joe Wright's version (which revels in baroque elements and way more 'aesthetic affectation') is more Beta than thou. Marceau was my favorite Anna, but Aaron Taylor-Johnson did a good job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosewood View Post
    why would Karenina be Gamma SF and not Beta NF. She's not guided so much by Fi (family values, suppression of 'unnecessary passions' etc.) Oh and of course .. Joe Wright's version (which revels in baroque elements and way more 'aesthetic affectation') is more Beta than thou. Marceau was my favorite Anna, but Aaron Taylor-Johnson did a good job.
    Agreed. I had the same thought. I never saw much Fi or Se from her. IEI or EIE, do you think?

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    INFj-Fi

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    Watching her interviews, her mouth movements seem very Fi to me, so I think we are on the right track.

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