Raising Cain (1992): Multiple Personality Disorder


Uploaded on November 15, 2011 by AnyClip

The clip Multiple personality disorder from Raising Cain (1992)

Yes. Let me explain.
All multiple personality patients, regardless of their background,
seem to share certain childhood traumas.
Then the original personality splinters into others.
For instance, if a boy is molested by his mother
or abused by his father, the original...
The original personality forgets it ever happened.
How could his loving parent do such a terrible thing?
And he creates an alternate personality.
This becomes the person it happened to.
He is the one who suffers the pain for all the rest.
Hm, you do something bad, the other personality takes the rap.
Very convenient.
It is not a psychological state one wishes to acquire.
With each trauma there may be another personality.
Soon scores of them are running around inside your head,
squabbling amongst themselves as to which one controls the consciousness.
Only one personality can control the consciousness at one time.
So they're talking to each other.
Sounds like one messed-up guy.
Yes, but by carefully observing and documenting
the formation and development of Cain's multiples,
Dr Nix was creating a whole new theory of personality evolvement.
Yeah. There was only one problem.
Only one? What was it?
The raw data.

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