Basically, it probably will not have a positive effect on my persona. Before it became a word with absolute negative connotation (got to love the 2000’s)…
I always referred to it as just that: “själv-censur” (“self auditing” if you will).
Example: My little sister simply loves horror movies. But I don’t. I don’t like “splatter” horror movies nor do I like photographs of war casualties.
I actually still have nightmares originating from a VHS 1983 or 84 (very seldom these days I might add.). Horror inflicted on a young impressionable mind.
So, I’ve chosen not too look at them. I don’t like zombies or zombie films either for that matter.
But, don’t you like recreational extreme violence in an entertaining context? Of course I do. I like “action” films.
The series? Mr Robot? It is brilliant in all aspects, the photo is great, the dialogue/script is excellent and the subject could not be more valid, deeply existential or very contemporary. And who doesn’t like the “troubled” young mind?
Are there any further questions?
Shockingly enough it will not be first series that I own (soon) that I probably will not watch till the end. That fact actually surprises even me.
I think it has something to do with visual overload. But, given time, in theory I can watch the entire series. In theory I can watch all my films, listen to all my music and read all my books at least one more time in my life-time.