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    Cloud Strife. (Final Fantasy VII)

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    benny from the movie "city of god"

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    Karl from Slingblade. haha

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    I watched this yesterday & think Charlie could well be Ne-INFj (or INTj?). It felt like watching a collection of my own, most awkward (Se) blunders on screen. A good movie nevertheless.

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    i couldn't pick one that would feel quite right, but the ones i remember being compared to by people i know have been monica in friends and fabienne from pulp fiction. which makes... absolutely.. no sense. when put together.

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    Watch the episode 'Superstar' on Buffy. In real life I'm probably most like that, I want this epic gay romance but I tend to feel hurt and humiliated instead. And I like to write stories and fantasies where everybody is my sock puppets and I tell them what to say or do.

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    Johnathon died on the show though, Andrew (who is a lot like Ath) stabbed him in the chest after he said that he would care about others even if they never cared about him. Ouch. Well honey that's what you get for being a Mary Sue.

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    Hmmm I dunno what type she is, but it's a character that I actually relate to a lot. Francesca


    Also a LOT like Scout from 'To Kill a Mocking Bird'


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    Merlin has a very different personality than his father and, oddly enough considering his upbringing, considers himself to be a "regular guy". He lacks both the ruthlessness and the crudity of Prince Corwin, and seems to be almost allergic to ambition, a rare trait considering his parentage. Merlin has dark hair and light eyes. His colours are purple and gray, although he also uses the blue and gold colours of Berkeley, where he studied Computer Science on Shadow Earth.

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    I felt a strange kinship with Lolita when I read it for the first time when I was 14 or 15. It's strange because she and I are obviously very different. She was uncorrupted and then she wasn't. I always was. But I think I related most to her when she was living with Humbert Humbert and pretending to be his daughter. There was a lot of that kind of illusion in my life at the time. I had been going to school under fake names. We kept moving. I felt like I couldn't tell the truth and I wanted to get away, but I didn't trust my instincts.

    When I was 12 or 13 my brother and I watched Leon the Professional and we were both astounded by how much I was like Mathilda. Haha

    When I was *really* young I related a lot to Pipi Longstocking because I was always alone and I basically did whatever the hell I wanted to.

    I don't relate to any characters now. Or any real people. I think my life took some weird turns that make me a not very relatable person.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scapegrace View Post
    When I was 12 or 13 my brother and I watched Leon the Professional and we were both astounded by how much I was like Mathilda. Haha
    Good one! My father and I watch that together sometimes still. Sad ending though
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    Merlin has a very different personality than his father and, oddly enough considering his upbringing, considers himself to be a "regular guy". He lacks both the ruthlessness and the crudity of Prince Corwin, and seems to be almost allergic to ambition, a rare trait considering his parentage. Merlin has dark hair and light eyes. His colours are purple and gray, although he also uses the blue and gold colours of Berkeley, where he studied Computer Science on Shadow Earth.

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    mathilda and pipi longstocking were like the characters i * wanted* to be when i saw the movies in my youth <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by lungs View Post
    mathilda and pipi longstocking were like the characters i * wanted* to be when i saw the movies in my youth <3
    I wanted to be like Estella from Great Expectations for some reason. haha
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    Mishka Brother's Karmazov; he's the quiet one who everyone takes in and takes care of.
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    is this serious.

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    currently, loki from the marvel movies. not because i agree with him (i don't) or because we're oh so alike (we aren't). there's simply an underlying pain that i relate to and find solace in. there's also a love, longing, and wish, for chaos. and an independence of gender.

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    Sam Lowry from the movie Brazil, still!

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    I tend to find pieces of myself in every character I like, some are a closer approximation than others, but I never really find the full picture. Maybe the closest character I've found was Howard Roark of The Fountainhead. Still not sure if that's good or bad. or if it's in line with reality or if it's just grandiose. But I think there is a grandiose perception to every character one relates with.

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    To be completely honest, Anna Karenina. All the same stuff has happened to me, but I refuse to throw myself under a train.

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    To be completely honest, Anna Karenina. All the same stuff has happened to me, but I refuse to throw myself under a train.
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    Somebody once told me I was somewhat like Angélique:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Contra View Post
    I tend to find pieces of myself in every character I like, some are a closer approximation than others, but I never really find the full picture. Maybe the closest character I've found was Howard Roark of The Fountainhead. Still not sure if that's good or bad. or if it's in line with reality or if it's just grandiose. But I think there is a grandiose perception to every character one relates with.
    Same here. While I may relate to certain aspects of a character, I often find a way to disconnect due to some fatal flaw they possess. Mostly, I try to envision myself there than trying to relate.

    When I do relate, it is in a general sense, vague, and more visceral. For instance, one that I identified with was Yuri Zhivago from Doctor Zhivago because he was very intuitive, scientific, and artistic, but not because he was a poet/writer. In fact he annoyed me throughout because he made numerous poor choices and irreversibly fucked his life up because of them. Most people just see the story as a love story, while I saw it in a more philosophical, metaphysical light. The book captured that light, while I thought the 1965 David Lean film adaptation did not. I did not identify with Zhivago here. In that film he was too watery eyed and soft. However, I really enjoyed the portrayal if his character in the 2006 Russian mini-series. He was much more of an observer of life and detached even. Anyways, it was more of a "I can sort of relate to this guy in some estranged kind of way", like a kindred relation, rather than "holy shit, that's me!"

    Christ, see how finicky I am.
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    Lelouche Lamprouge (not necessary that much with Zero though)

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    Maybe Cristina from Vicky Cristina Barcelona.

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    If it was a disney character and still a little boy then probably this one.


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    Everything interests me but nothing holds me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss BabyDoll View Post
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    Haha, you think she could be LSI, too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olly From Wally World View Post
    Haha, you think she could be LSI, too?
    mm, tis quite possible given that we're pretty much identicals.
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    Most of the characters I relate to feel hollow. Like it all just reflects some dumb aesthetic that doesn't match up with reality. I almost wrote Stanley Kowalski from a Streetcar Named Desire.

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    Stephen Dedalus was my male alter ego in a book.

    Clarice (The Silence of the Lambs) was who I wanted to be.


    Elsa Lund, Padme Amidala, Karen Silkwood, Laura Brown (The Hours). They are some characters I related to as it is.

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    Probably Lavi Bookman nowadays. Confusion over who he really is, when his smiles are real and not, general "why are humans like this" coupled with "I didn't realized how attached I felt to you until I am on brink of losing you" lostness about his emotions and being used to supressing and trying to killing them, having a fear of actual strong personal emotions. Feels relatable at those. Also starting with wanting to know everything before said cynic attitude took over.



    Used to be more of Allen Walker and oddly enough Orihime Inoue(Dual seeking?)

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    Griffith from Berserk.
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