Post by peppergirl on Mar 17, 2014 20:04:48 GMT -5
I don't know, I find the idea interesting. Her eyes are big but they lack the intensity of Se... They look very naive actually. I think some high Si users have that kind of eyes, I'd call it the big soft balls (the dark variety anyway). There is another guy who have these big soft eyes, it's another French actor Florent Dorin, I know him because of a very funny French webseries called The Visitor From The Future (you can find it with English subs on Youtube). He's FeSi and you really get to see his eyes in those vids, it's funny. It's less obvious on his pics though.
So, as crazy as it sounds, I'm not surprised seeing Audrey as SiTe, high Fi but she seems to lead with her eyes indeed...
peppergirl ok maybeh her eyes look kind of doey/naive at rest, but to me they still move like Se/Ni, fixating and zoning-out. They look steady, with no apparent Si-scowls (that I can find). Her Fi is really present, with no dead-pan cheeks or sub-polar Fi smiles.
Her head does look sort of steered by her eyes at times, but her posture looks rigid and her eyes are usually infected by her smile.
She does look Pi-heavy here: , but I can't see that smile as sub-polar. It looks Fi-lead or at least Fi-support (but I don't see any Pe-lead potential, so Fi-lead sounds right to meh)
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Post by peppergirl on Mar 18, 2014 19:08:44 GMT -5
sitbone yeah she's high Fi and her eyes seem affected by her smiles. I didn't say she was SiTe but that possibility is interesting because I'm not settled on her type personally. I'm not sure about her p functions, though at first I thought Se/Ni and saw high Fi. She confuses me a bit.
I'm too occupied with studying these days, but i will reply to many things in this forum (and also this thread) hopefully in this week. For the moment, i just wanted to say that i side with sitbone about Audrey using SeNi.
This video has a strong demonstration of Ni. Everytime she looks at her right side (eye drifting). If she was an Si user, for the nature of the function she would have focused at every moving object outside the window, and since the interview is located on a moving train, this should happen everytime she drifts to the right side. Instead, the stare remains fixated to that side, never focusing on any moving object, following the definition of Ni, she's "looking through objects, not fixating into them". I have no time to write all the cues i see in this video, but this is what i think: i'm fairly sure that she's gamma, and if she's not an Fi lead, thing that watching the video i found entirely possible, i can't see anything else but NiTe, or SeFi.
peppergirl I'm not 100% sure she's FiSe either. Sorry if that came off like, 'this is what she is, no question'. I'm open to being wrong about Tautou and everyone else I discuss here (and I am at least half the time). :3
It always surprises me how literal and simplistic Audrey Tautou seems to me in her replies to interviewers. I don't know why that surprises me.. maybe it's the roles she plays on screen that come off as more psychologically sophisticated and complex. to what matters here (functions) even in MBTI or CT or socionics or jungian) terms I tend to think that in speech and communication/self-expression functions tend to mingle with other aspects of the psyche that are not function-related in an intrincated (non separable way at all) way... So i really think that says almost nothing about her functions or hirarchy of functions but I shared my suprise and this aspect will be revisited when i talk about the 'naivete' in her eyes. As for Fi, the level and sort of tension her face holds suggests Fi lead or at least support (less likely) imo. By the way, her 'naivete' in the eyes, lack of 'sharpness' and lack of 'looking through' appearance of her eyes strike me as being connected with her unsharpness in answers.. I mean, the non-heaviness of 'psychological baggage/footprint' she reveals. I wondered if that could be related with the fact that English is not her mother-tongue but then i realized that's not the point. Signals-wise, I can't see any type for her that isn't FiSe, with a remote possibility of SeFi.
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Ok, I watched more interviews of her and she's definitely FiSe. Too much Fi-ness for her own good hehe kidding. Her "naive" eyes remind me of Mylène Farmer who confused me too when I was a noob
@morsecode what do you mean by her being literal? Just curious.
Oh, I meant what I explained in that post hehe, I have nothing to add about my impressions on her. I know you already know the definition of the word... it does have some subtleties but the context in which the word was placed self-explains what I meant (I have nothing to add).... but just for possible further clarification: www.thefreedictionary.com/literal feel free to check which of the 'variations' of the meaning in the link match the point I made through other words in that same post.
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Post by peppergirl on Mar 19, 2014 21:49:09 GMT -5
@morsecode lol I know what literal means. I found her "average" in her answers maybe so yeah she probably doesn't embellish her sentences but I don't know if interviews are enough to reveal someone's deep thoughts, she maybe is not necessarely at ease talking about more complex things in this setting. I haven't listened many interviews either so.. I won't say more.