Andreï Tarkovski / Andrei Tarkovsky Myers-Brigs type - MBTI, enneagram and personality type info
Butterfly You're just a ISFP who wants everyone to be like you ISFP. be raised, it seems to me, is the question of a man's personal. He could be a case of Fi-Si process in INFPs rather than Fi-Ne, similar with Proust or Virginia Woolf. I think I said something on Bergman's page. While I don't necessarily believe he is an ISFP, I think that ISFP's tertiary Ni can be significant to make them seek symbolism in some sense. I just spoke from memory/impression. The idea of a film always comes to me in a very ordinary, boring, manner, bit by bit, by rather banal phases. Realism is striving for truth, and truth is always beautiful. His work is instead hollistic, it's about the individuals place in the world, in the great scheme of things, inside the absolute. These are people who want to know about everything in minutest detail, like accountants or lawyers. Unless you clearly show Tarkovsky's Ti coming in play (I see none). INFPs find safety in the past due to tertiary Si, ISFPs lend themselves to the present moment and find thinking about the past overrated. The person is. His book Sculpting in Time makes it clear that for him that movies can only be understood emotionally, and that the highest knowledge is not attained in words or theory, but ''present people an image of life and they'll understand it''. Sweeping statements never help. So in those cases it's important to separate what it's ''borrowed'' and what actually represents the actual intention of the person. Wow, after reading those quotes, why are we even doubting he is INFJ. I am just sure he isn't INFJ. I mean, it would be good if you'd also formulate arguments and not just post quotes. Honestly, I was never sure of Tarkovsky as INFP, and probably never will. I simply cannot believe that an artist can ever work only for the sake of 'self-expression. His words on creation and his creation coincide. I'll admit I'm still not sold on INFJ because Tarkovsky has a way of taking poeticism too seriously, but I'm leaning towards the crowd's opinion here. All the philosophical musing in his movies are pretty general connections between the meaning of art, knowledge, truth and human emotions. Now let's see the ENTP butterfly fapping to your INTP analysis, bobnickmad. Other things he's said like "Let everything that's been planned come true. Like the main motif for him, it seems that it's to capture the right images. If he's Fi-dom, he's definitely Si not Se. Listen to me suffering, loving. Bobnickmad once again destroying what he argued for till then. It has never happened to me. T:How did I get the idea to make this or that film. It's a highly original manner of expressing and thinking about the world. Secondly, I don't actually know him that well, so there might be a lot, lot more to "filmmaking as sculpting in time" than I'm giving it credit for. Bobnickmad mentioned the stuff with the bell, and then there's how his movies are conscious of his people and nation and very important to them, and for example making the intro very slow so people have time to find their right seat, etc. In my system, this guy is a great example of an Aesthete-Sage. Ne wants to go in all directions and not by confined by ultimate expressions. Also, note that his last two movies are called Nostalgia and Sacrifice and this two seem to be the main poles around which Tarkovsky's artistic creation are to be understood. @crafton: That still misses the Ni factor though. ^^ Tarkovsky seriously seems to me INFJ for the reasons I put below. Those last two quotes sound so Ni-Fe but many others sound so Fi-like. A common misconception it's that he like and use symbolism, when actually he disliked them, because he felt that it gives his movies a decesive meaning, and he didn't want it meanings but emotions, the viewer should determine the meaning based in his own experiences. It will always be their Achilles heel, at most a mature ISTJ would offset negative aspects of inferior Ne. well i think that INFJ and ISFP are pretty equally ridiculous, and INFJ cause he was so uncompromising on what he wanted to get out. 1)While it's possible that aux Ne might look like Ni in cases of more focused INFPs, Tarkovsky is simply not Ne at all, not subdued Ne, not everything, he's just the antithesis of Ne. I see both INFPs and ISFPs as original and artistic. Also, tertiary Si can have quite a stricking aesthetic -melancholic but focused on the peculiarity of the detail, aesthetics it's not someone pertaining only to Se types (by comparison, many Se-dom directors make very aesthetically poor movies). The truth it's there in the image. Fincher's (INFJ) dialogues are nothing seriously philosophical despite his movies being symbolic as a whole. I agree that Ne is not very clear with him, but like we have ISP were Se is so fused with Ni it's almost unrecognizable, couldn't we also have an INFP where the Ni and Si are so fused that the Ne is almost unrecognizable. But in my opinion Bobnickmad is on the money. Another great example of an Aesthete-Sage is the Romanian sculptor Constantin Brancuşi. "Art is a meta-language, with the help of which people try to communicate with one another; to impart information about themselves and assimilate the experience of others. The reason he's not concerned with political allegory is probably because he's the spiritual rather than a social kind of INFJ (sp/sx with low social instinct) so for him spiritual truth is more important than political one, think Lao Tzi, Buddah etc. All I could gather with surety is that he is an Fi type and probably an Fi-dom. Both have non imposing personas and both can be symbolic, INFPs being more idiosyncratic while ISFPs more aesthetic. #Butterfly, basically it seems that he's a very nostalgic sort of person, like in that quote about the past being more real than the present, so he probably tries to recreate that sensation. To recount it would only be a waste of time. Also, anyone would tell you that between INFP and ISFP, INFP are by far the more 'serious' type, specially when they're in touch with their Si. Welcome to MBTIBase - PersonalityBase, here you can learn about Andreï Tarkovski / Andrei Tarkovsky MBTI type.. Even if they take their art very seriously, they don't take themselves that seriously, or in the case they're pretentious (which I don't think Tarkovsky is) there would still be something casual about them. His process of creating scenes in movies seems Fi-Si like I explained below (looking for the affective component in a scene and linking it to personal memories), and not Ni. , which sounds Fe-like to me. Tarkovsky on the difference between him and Bergman: '' I: When did you get the idea for this film. But even if it were beautiful nonsense, the notion that N-type filmmakers would never sacrifice intellectual clarity for poetic beauty in a field in which the latter is more important than the former makes little sense. If someone dislikes Tarkovsky, it's in their right to do so. Only through personal experience do we understand life. He's like the definition of an Intuitive personality. But it seem they tend to be rephrases of other thinkers, from Lao Tzi to german psychologists. jpg It's maybe easier to copy something that pioneer it though, idk. 2)He also says he hates romanticism, and it seems for quite anti-Fi reasons: ''I believe that Romanticism — in a narrower sense — manifests itself when an artist is intoxicated with self-adoration, he creates himself in his art. 1)''Naturally my opinion is that before all else an artist expresses ideas ripening within the society he lives in. And again, for him the image, the structural piece of movie making, it's something very convergent. Btw: do you know an example of INFJ or INFP you could compare him to, and maybe to draw the right pararels. Honestly, the big bulk of Sculpting in Time does feel kinda of an ISFP for whom filming had a religious aspect to it. Persona is more vague or mysterious than Stalker or Andrei Rublev could ever be. And hearing more of the stuff he is saying, it's starting to sound more like there is genuine deep thought to him and his movies. "" I had the greatest difficulty in explaining to people that there is no hidden, coded meaning in the film, nothing beyond the desire to tell the truth. A poet takes a small fragment as a starting point and turns it into a coherent whole. I wouldn't call Stalker stylish. He basically says that the world can only be experienced through each persons subjective and emotional experience, and the role of the director is to remain faithful to his own experience (Fi). Some consider this process boring. Discover Array, and more, famous people, fictional characters and celebrities here!. Tarkovsky is one of the least Se directors ever though, in that he places nearly zero value on direct sensation. If anything, it shows the preference for Intuition: not looking at the thing, but seeing the general in it. Rublev has this very INFx theme of going from being very idealistic about the human condition to being very pessimistic about it all, all done in a very human way. He loved Bergman so much that Tarkovsky tried to imitate Bergman's style, without success of course, in "Offret". I mean the spirit of sacrifice which is expressed in the. " And it's beautiful because it's basically poetry, making you stop like that but still makes sense in its own interesting way. responsibility, and his willingness for sacrifice, without which he. Also, you bastardize what I said about his connection to the past, he said that the past is more reliable than the present, while SP types trust the present much more than the past. I also don't see an ISFP being so serious all the time, he seems stereotypically IxxJ. I guess it's a rushed argument so I'll try to clarify a bit. '" More Fe evidence. ''(Si)For him, to purpose of film over other art forms, is to make feel the experience of time. Honestly, the fact that someone finds meaning in the histrionic bullshit Refn says, but not in movies like Andrei Rublev or Stalker is just puzzling me. Aesthetes I associate most with ISFPs, and Sages with INFJs, so this guy remains ISFP. Bob: I suspect Butterfly loves Refn. David Fincher said something virtually identical, and he's an INTJ - a Ni-dominant. But regardless of all this, the definitive evidence regarding his type lies not in the nature of his films, but in the how-and-why he made them. You go, "What. I guess being a Soviet artist may have its demands as well, and there are perhaps more social expectations for Russian art in general to be socially responsible, with a heritage with so many important NFJs. So I'm leaning on ISFP for now, but need to do some research on his modus operandi. Anyway, if he was INFP, he was a very auto-disciplined one. "What is poetry. WITH THAT SAID, I'm extremely biased against difficult "establishment" art. They're about telling stories in a way that fits some personal aesthetic taste, maybe with some vague spirituality on top but that's it. And because of that an artist can never oppose his own culture, his own people, by no means he can oppose it; even when he expresses concepts containing ideas unacceptable to the contemporary society it doesn't mean these ideas did not originate inside, within that society. I also don't think any INFP have to be subversive with themes like you seem to believe, in fact, unless it serves a purpose, being subversive for its own sake it's what's often pretentious. It's not about what's there; it's about what's there in what's there. To make such a movie in such time requires either huge amount of determination or incredible power of persuasion, and likely both, that fits more an INFJ. Even going along with Malick being INFP though, I still feel he is more down to earth than Tarkovsky. Let them believe. It is actually much simpler than that, otherwise art would have no meaning. Or how unlike science where there's one truth to everything, in art the truth is multi-faced, flexible, in a continuous creation. While INFP can have traits like that, individualism is still the biggest concern, while for Tarkovsky is more about showing the individuals place in the absolute, the world etc. Fair argument. You understand. Trytipe: 4-5-1 imo. Ah, if only one could represent that moment like a sort of sudden illumination. Tarkovsky about Solaris: ''The film ends with what is most precious for a person, and at the same time the simplest thing of all, and the most available to everybody: ordinary human relationships, which are the starting-point of man's endless journey. Interestingly, he esteems haiku (which for me seems one of the most ISFP things there are) and compares the cinematographic image with haiku. A typical person is not able to express a universal view of the world. Hold on a second, I just remembered how von Trier's Melancholia is somewhat renowned for its off-beat visual beauty. Fuck you, your fucking primitive sensorI'll just throw my hat in the ring and say that he was probably a very philosophically-minded, One-influenced INFP. In other words, I think he might be an INFJ after all. While Tarkovsky shows concern for authenticity and strong personal conviction (like INFJ authors such as Mishima or Dostoyevski also show), he doesn't show the individualism of Fi-doms, the desire the take the individual over the archetype. If there's a thing about his movies and interviews that feels very INFJ is the theme of sacrifice for some purpose outside of oneself. But I don't find him particularly INFJ-like outside of those quotes. For the record I had written the first comment before seeing the quotes you added. I just can't see him as INFJ. He is very disciplined and logical to be an INFP. You catch some particular image and the feeling it associates makes it feel suspended in time and bigger than all practical truths of life ). He also mentions in an interview that one of the messages of Andrei Rublev is that ''you can't make people feel simulated emotions''. The arguments quotes for Fi and against Ni-dominance seem too strong to make a clear case for INFJ. Even though I think it's not very helpful in typology discussion. Very disciplined and logical. The problem with your argument however is that it implies that Ne is everything Se can be however it's more since it provides fresh perspectives. "Typing someone based solely on the content of their work is erroneous. That's not a great argument, but eh. ” Attitude towards past and present opposite of SP types. In my version of MBTI, INFP shows traits of Fi, Ne and Ni; INFJ shows traits of Ni, Fe and Fi. I think the kind of work Tarkovsky produced is more telling of an INFP than INFJ. The little detail that kills it: Tarkovsky made a 3 hour+ biography about a religious, sensitive painter (ISFP. I honestly don't see Tarkovsky movies that mysterious even, they're nothing like Lynch or Jodorowsky or anyone like that. ISFP 5w6 is still on the table, but he simply doesn't act like an ISFP at all. For him, the image is an aproximation of the whole. I really can't see how an ISFP would dislike romanticism and Bethoven just because it's self centered (how is Bethoven self-centered even. This quote seems most ISFPish: '' “My objective is to create my own world and these images which we create mean nothing more than the images which they are. director, but an entire world reflected as a drop of water. I find that the more cerebral INFP filmmakers (Lynch, Malick, Tarkovsky) for whatever reason end up making films that can seem like Ni even though if you examine them as people they are not Ni types. @crafton In case you don't know, INFJ Tarkovsky idolized INFP Bergman, so don't talk shit about INFPs. Stalker, for example, is a long, visual, sensory journey where if I recall correctly his characters start speaking the same way as in that quote occasionally; things that don't really make sense but are beautiful. I don't see David Lynch which we both typed ISFP as serious as Tarkovsky, Lynch is somewhat unleashed. STALKER for example is a pretty obvious soul-journey, and the main point is that even we ourselves aren't aware of our deepest desires and most inner motivation. I for one like to spend time just looking at nature, water and old buildings, just staying minutes and minutes, soacking it in, while contemplating all kinds of questions about life, art, meaning and the human psyche. ^^My least favorite director of all time. v=Ez5vRUcxyE0 )CelebrityTypes seems to have the best understanding of Jung and his students. I see it as very different kind of imagery from Tarkovski whom is always straying from the point. ''On his background: His father was a poet, and his mother a Literature Institute graduate. No wonder I don't like his movies. It was at the time when I was just beginning to know the world. There also isn't any interview I found where he's remotely particular like any real S type would be, he's always like in his movies, very vague, always about the meaning of films, the meaning of art, the meaning of this or that, the meaning of things not things itself. Surely that must mean something. Let them believe. Talking about Ivan's Childhood, he tried to shape the scenes in the movie to resemble his personal memories,''All four dreams, too, arc based on quite specific associations. Considering INFPs usually jerk off all over the prospect of self expression as an end in itself, it's a departure from your typical Fi bullshit. The questions and point being made in his movies are as profound and relevant to the history of philosophy or art as it gets for any filmmaker, I don't see what more would you want. @Impeccable - hmm what you share is indeed more identifiable with ISFP. It's like he's slowing, expanding the void between important moments. The West is forever. Yet, what we got are this masterfully crafted movies, that make Hollywood blockbuster such a waste of resources cinematography wise. #butterfly You still haven't responded how someone who think the past has more weight than the present is SP. It does sound more Fe if that quote is taken in a vacuum. Reading through everything posted since last time, I'm starting to think INFJ. Yeah, to me it seems like he has a big theory behind all his movies with similar abstract reasons for everything (INxJ). '' Sounds like Begman is higher on intuition than Tarkovsky. But anyway, the way he talks about his processs seems Fi-Si: a movie must express the way its creator sees the world without an attempt at winning over the viewer (Fi) and it must create the sensation of time (Si). So it makes me grab for Tertiary Ni. @Bonita I'm going to keep hearing Martian out so long as he makes good arguments and doesn't write people off on some arbitrary basis. One of them (Lynch) is just about how his movies feel to him without any outside concerns: the other (Tarkovsky) see movies as a medium to deal with the moral conflicts inside the individual and society, and the yearning for a moral ideal. ceases to be a spiritual being in any real sense. It's what makes the most sense, given his dislike for Fi-dom self-absorption and for symbolism, which can be interpreted as Te to-the-point-ness. "i wish to be truer to the inner world we are trying to recreate on screen, but not merely the inner world of the artist, but what is within the world itself, essential and independent from us. On a surface reading of him it would fit, but not on a more fundamental level. For Ni-Se he's too vehemently against any kind of symbolism or allegory, anything that tries to go beyond the image itself and tries to suggest something outside of it, because it ruins the perfection. voluntary service of others, taken on naturally as the only viable form. The Aesthate-Sage tries to develop his own personal style for visuals/music (aesthete), in order to exemplify their ideal of spiritual harmony and wholenesse (sage). But then someone would argue why an ISFP would make films like him and then all that. But to do so, they have to speak in other's language. I've come to believe he is an INTJ. Just adding discipline and logic in a checklist is no argument. This could be Ni-Se or could be Se-Ni. Hm, for him it was very important that movies were to be taken seriously as art, so I guess an interpretation, is that he knew if he linked movies to all these heavy philosophical concepts, they would be taken more seriously. Nothing more, nothing else, he doesn't pretend to be anything that he's not. T:What is central is the inner problem, which preoccupied me and which coloured the whole production in a very specific way: namely the fact that in the course of its development humanity is constantly struggling between spiritual, moral entropy, the dissipation of ethical principles, on the one hand, and on the other — the aspiration towards a moral ideal. : Bergman, who you think is so much more meaningful than Tarkovsky, thought Tarkovsky was the greatest movie director of all times. Everyone's capable of everything at certain levels but an ISFP's focus is sharing that sensory detail and reaching the senses. @Bonita Are you a shit posting account or do you have aspergers. Tbqh I only used that quote to see if anyone else would say it was weighty nonsense because the line between Ni spookiness and Fi passion barfing can get blurry. And as for the INFP bullshit, I'm just saying most things they say sound pretty but are very hollow and just decoration for nonsense. shouting, 'This is me. audienceseverywhere. :DHe could have been 1w9 rather 5w4 which would explain the self-discipline. However there are iSTJs with better developed Fi. An ISFP might have the determination but I think they would be too much of a contrarian and thus shoot themselves in the foot. Those last quotes seems very INFJ, but it seems that intellectual ISPs with strong tertiary Ni, have a thing for taking other's philosophies in big chuncks and putting them together in some kind of a more personal system like with cutting stuff from a book and sticking it with glue together -which equalls in them appearing more ''deep'' than INPs, who would rather use their own words. Intuitives focus on a more abstract level of thinking; they are more interested in theories, patterns, and explanations. They are often more concerned with the future than the present and are often described as creative. '' Clear moral and intuitive concerns, worthy of any self respecting NF. Which makes me think it's too shallow to be an INFJ and too stubbornly "out there" in a non-playful way to be INFP. @bobnickmad: Maybe I'm mistaken about this, but generally I don't think INFPs do that cold, super open-to-interpretation, "take it or leave it" mysteriousness which is so predominant in Tarkovsky so consistently. xxx like leon tsao's to show us how brilliant you are in the MBTI field. It's usually pretty visuals and pretty words, but whatever depth you deride from it, about the human condition or whatever, is all in your head as far as I can tell. It's like taking acid and finding the world very bright and very beautiful, but then coming down and finding out you were just dry humping a raccoon corpse in a pile of vomit. Nor tough I see an ISFPs wanting to adapt a certain material because it deals with the dictotomy between moral entropy and inspiration to a moral ideal, and the conflict it creates in society and the individual, or the realition between art and knowledge, the disharmonious nature of the world and man's aspiration to harmony, all other hollistic concerns. In this site you can find out which of the 16 types this character 'Andreï Tarkovski / Andrei Tarkovsky' belongs to!. Need to look more into him. Finally, if Tarkovsky is a Fi/Si INFP that would explain the lack of "Ne-wackiness" in his films. ""Art is realistic when it strives to express an ethical ideal. I don't know, I am more confused than I was before. The stranger has provoked an explosion of associations in him. Alexander Knyazhinsky, who shot Stalker, felt that Tarkovsky was one of the very few Soviet directors who understood that cinema was essentialy a visual art and quoted him as saying that, if they got the images right, the film was sure to be a success. That is Ni art, as far as I know. Tarkovsky about the main character in Stalker: ''The Stalker seems to be weak, but essentially it is he who is invincible because of his faith and his will to serve others. Yes, I'm an uncultured monster with no appreciation for fine art. It offers absolute dissolution of individual in nothingness, in nature, in cosmos. His attitude was basically, "this is exactly what I feel, I hope that you will be able to feel the same". No, I understand what you're saying. If there's a mysterious aspect to his movie, it's the religious feeling, and maybe that's what you struggle with, like this feeling of connection with the world. I think no one's a holy cow. Everything else if filler, what it's of ultimate interest to him is the perfect ''cinematographic image'': the image that captures life with the utmost sincerity. "I'm currently reading through his book Sculpting in Time. We have forgotten how to relate emotionally to art: we treat it like editors, searching in it for that which the artist has supposedly hidden. elements are contiguous and reach over into each other. I was going to whip up some impressive shots from Lars von Trier or something. I think what I'm finding is pretty consistent overall with his movies too. I'm not saying Se is incapable but the way I'm actually looking at it is more of a continuum of direct vs. Hi, I'm trying to develop my own personal system based on MBTI but not tied to the functions (except the dominant and the orientation of their main thinking/feeling functions). Good argument, scotty. I have never been able to give an interesting answer. The more we know, the less we know: getting deeper our horizon becomes narrower. That's why INFJ filmakers are shallower than INFP directors. Tarkovsky doesn't rhyme with stylish; I used the wrong word. @Martian: On the other hand, I think someone handling entire movie productions would have to be quite a well-balanced person, no matter which type, so it seems more likely that what we are seeing in that quote is an ISFP straining himself rather than an INFP/INFJ on a bad day. So in conclusion INFJ. @Bonita I'm going to keep hearing Martian out so long as he makes good arguments and doesn't write people off on some arbitrary basis. In brief, he appears a kind of medium, expressing ideas which society itself engenders. I also don't see why an ISFP would need to philosophize on those aspect in the first place, for them what art it means for them would feel very simple and instinctive and wouldn't need to philosophize it like that, like with Lynch philosopising doesn't go much beyond meditation, there aren't this connection made between art, knowledge, the inherit goodness or not of the human condition, the human psyche and religious meaning in Lynch like there are Tarkovsky. Also, he's my favorite movie maker, so you win many points you won with me Butterfly. The only way I would explain people find his movies mysterious for their own sake, it's because of the long shots and peculiar film-making, but that's just more feeling based than symbolic from what he often stated. ca/~tstronds/nostalghia. But on a few occasions he explicitly mentions that he doesn't intend to put any message or idea across through his films. ISFP's would never be better than INFP's. His visual indulgence is no defining traits against INFJ, since he wants to create contemplation towards spiritual truth, rather than stern analysis. ^^PS: I liked that highway scene in Solaris, thought was really cool and stuff. Or Camus ( ISFP). That sounds very Fe to me, actually. That could just be an NF need to give weight to their work. Correction: ENTP fapping to INFJ. it's become such an automatic reflex to assume that. His father was a poet also. Often my assurances provoked incredulity and even disappointment. I've re-tough the MBTI function order. "Art enriches man's own spiritual capabilities and then he can rise above himself to use what we call 'free will. Also, he's always conceptual/philosophical over particular in interviews. Again, this has not to do with practical advantage but with realising the idea of love, the meaning of which is in sacrifice: the very antithesis of pragmatism. ''an entire world reflected as a drop of water'' might be one of the best descriptions of Ni there is. )"We cannot impose our experience on other people or force them to feel suggested emotions. Another man will look at the same person and he will smile unexpectedly. Compare it with the ''the only real thing is the present'' attitude of SP types. Tarkovksy suggesting that his self expression should create spiritual bond is just a way of giving weight to his work. He's not any kind of T type. Or maybe that was the cinematographer's accomplishment and Tarkovsky simply gave him free reign, but I suspect it was mostly Tarkovsky who knew what he wanted. Instead, he talks on and on about the cinema's role of capturing ''life'' without imposed symbolism or allegory. Disregard the contrarian quote I put up. Look at http://www. But he's not SP. But on the point, I find an INFJ saying this strange aswell, "For me the most interesting characters are outwardly static, but inwardly charged with energy by an overriding passion". Excerpts from an interview to nail the hammer down on what a clear NF he is, not a mysterious for its own sake SP: ''I: What is the central Idea in your film. And let them have a laugh at their passions. At no point in what he says or in his movies is there something Ne about him. Let's take a step back. Have you ever seen me get angry over people criticizing my favorite film maker Michael Bay. Pretentious are people like Refn or VonTrier, who try to act edgy all the time, but they never actually say anything of value on anything. ' In the Eastern. I mean, you say he wrote an entire book called that. I wanted someone to challenge it. INTPs are well known for their brilliant theories and unrelenting logic, which makes sense since they are arguably the most logical minded of all the personality types.. 1) Philosophical dialogue isn't necessarily a requisite of being an N type. '' This seems very much the way INFJ see themselves in relation the society. v=6oRTH659KBA "Knowledge distracts us from our main purpose in life. You just don't understand punk rock. In an interview Ingmar Bergman, if I remember correctly, told how the idea, or rather the image, of one of his films came to him suddenly, while observing a ray of light on the floor of a dark room. But yeah those last quotes seem unequivocally Fe-like. As well, after reading some comments that I missed, I've come to see him as an individualistic and (in a different way) down-to-earth INFJ. Fi-dominance seems especially clear once you move past his filmography (mental contents) and examine the underlying processes at work and motivating him (see also: Scotty/Impeccable below). Not seen Melancholia, but as a initial impression, that shot looks good in a ''takes 1000 likes on Deviant Art'' kind of way. S and off topic, ISTJ's inferior Ne can never develop to impact as much. He liked to evoke feelings and was very important for him that each person had a different experience. That sounds more like a lesson he learned in life; the authenticity INFJs strive for all their lives (do they ever get it. I can't make a successful case for INFJ, not now at least, but at least I'll show you my doubts and all. Sadly there not much available about his personality exactly. He seems very P in some ways. There is no reason to make thing more explicit, because making it more explicit than that would just mean to explain stuff word for word. I think both of them are most concerned with self expression regardless of how they choose to do so which I believe is an attribute of Fi. Tarkovsky isn't convergent on the surface, he aims for convergence. The MBTI questionnaire sorts people into one of 16 different personality types.. Anyway, he's definitely not Ne. To me art should be playful, human and warm - and I feel like Tarkovsky raises his nose on me whenever I try to watch his movies. This is itself is not an argument for Ni-dom itself, but it is for Ni and lack of Ne. 2) The idea of an INFP making a movie like Andrey Rublev and Solaris seemed very inspiring, but it ultimately seems like wish-fulfillment at its best. @Martian Too much work. Both types can appear pretentious as well, almost always more so than ISFPs. I'm not sure here, actually. Your non sequitur is saying I can't criticize (though I'm not doing that) something because someone likes what I criticize. Even the way Sculpting in Time is written, it doesn't go in all kinds of directions with ease, it's much more obsessive on a few points. His focus is on the self, and the spirituality was all conveyed in trying to accurately replicate his personal feelings/beliefs. ''The image makes palpable a unity in which manifold different. Even if not directly tested, public voting can provide good accuracy regarding Andreï Tarkovski / Andrei Tarkovsky Myers-Briggs and personality type!. And honestly I don't find much depth in his movies. From interviews he shows that a heavy inclination towards abstraction (N) and emotional truth (F), also clear introversion. Andrey Rublev breaks every rule of what you can get away with in USSR: ample references to Christianity, spiritual, nudity even today might raise some eyebrows (the witch bath anyone. Other things he's said like "Let everything that's been planned come true. I read in his book about movie making ''Sculpting in Time'' that his mother read him daily (or made him read) from War on Peace of Lev Tolstoy, and since I'm quite inclined to think Tolstoy was INFJ, it would explain his INFJ like characteristics. I didn't say INFJ can't be very good with visuals, specially in that hypnotic kind of way, but Stalker has a more earthy and very nuanced kind of beauty to it. That said I'm pretty sure he is an Fi type, just not so sure about Ne and so I'm considering ISFP. @crafton I think I'm the only one free of Aspergers in here. ) movies in your 70s sounds more like the development of an INFJ. I think starting out as a professional philosopher, then dropping out in your 30-40s to make conservative stories with a certain mysteriousness to them (Badlands, Days of Heaven), and then slowly ending up making improvised (Se. :DIt's definitely not nonsense. Take Solaris, the book is quite simple from a narrative standpoint, but Tarkovski adds lots of elements in the first part that could have been taken off. Like an INFP he seems very abstract and association/meaning-focused in his quotes. Tarkovsky's work, interviews and book shows generalized contemplative abstractions (Ni), need for emotional authenticity (Fi) and communal spirit (Fe). However both of these want people to fill in their own subjective insights, something which Ni type wouldn't like much But to be honest, attributes that people attribute to both INFPs and INFJs can be found in either types easily, so INFJ isn't completely off the table. Like in his book Sculpting in Time, there's a few xNFJ like quotes about the artist reflecting his times and things like that, but he never does explain those things more in depth, and just moves on. See how there's no point being made. '' For him, the 'image', that is the fundamental basis of his work, is something very convergent. '' like with Lynch, looking at his movies I feel like there's a back-and-forth conversation made between the author and the viewer, provided the viewer shares his concerns. ''the cinematographic image'' seems to be his one obsession there. Some very INFJ quotes: ''In the face of disaster on that global scale, the one issue that has to. intuitive/indirect. -in my personal interpretation- Cherish the moment and the particular, nothing else is real but the moment and the particular (Se). Then this interview muddles things up again: https://www. Him saying the image suggest the absolute could be due to depth of feeling the image inspires in him (I personally feel like I get what's he's trying to say with his Fi. How unhappy I am. But what is Bruce Lee trying to get at through these heavy philosophy. @crafton Don't listen to Martian, Tarkovsky is 100% INFJ. What is the best option for the MBTI type of Andreï Tarkovski / Andrei Tarkovsky? What about enneagram and other personality types?. Well, I am not sure still given that nothing clarifies his personality yet. *he's not the kind of cryptical, analytical modern kind of INFJ*taking small scale projects and making something special out of itLike there is not just one form of INFP, there isn't just one form of INFJ. I don't know how to handle Tarkovski. I did see that as Ne, but could be wrong, could be Se self indulgence or Se hypnosis (like the highway scenes in Solaris, that are just there to "numb" the viewer). It's probably capable of arousing very powerful emotions and deep associations for an INFP like bobnickmad if you have "chemistry", so to speak, with the presentation, but I would expect an INFP creator to try to pull the mystery down to earth themselves (Si/Te) or at least play around with it more (Ne), gaining a certain wacky quality, whereas I would expect an INFJ to be deeper and more elaborate and clear about his abstractions (Ni+Ti), like you see in Bergman. something to be regarded as a misfortune or punishment imposed. :/ He is either very complex (which can be both INFJ and INFP) or totally pretentious (again both INFs can appear that way :p). , it was classical Chinese ritual music. This could be aux Fe, or could be enneagram 1, but one thing for sure, INFJ and INFP are the only types that fit. And that (thus far) seems to point to Fi + Si. Additionally, "sculpting in time" is not nonsense, it's a poetic way of describing filmmaking itself. This error shows on quite a few occasions here. His coldness compared to Bergman yet Bergman loving him might be explained by Tarkovsky being INFJ and Bergman being ENFJ. ' Self-expression is meaningless unless it meets with a response. To something quite simple it seems: be adaptable in the moment. I can see a highly disciplined INFP making a movie like STALKER sure, but not Andrei Rublev or SOLARIS. We must take into consideration that he was also more of a philosophical aesthete than a serious philosopher and the fact that he himself said clearly that he doesn't intend to project a message in his work. everything; discovering everything in himself. The characters are clear archetypes (Ni), not actual people, they represent the spiritual person (the stalker), the artist (the writer) and the scientist (the professor), they aren't true people. Take for example his movie Stalker. But what I meant there is how key and important visuals are for XNFJs. Also, it's very unlike for IFPs to be 451 imo, it seems more like a INFJ thing. For example, his movie The Mirror switches between flashback/memories. Or it could be they needed somewhat to justify their grands project (2001, Andrei Rublev, Blade Runner, Eraserhead) that are masterfully crafted but may seem pointless to people that don't care about the uncompromising artisan, and would feel over-indulgent otherwise. 13 celebritytypes admins :)Why the INFJ votes though. Are you people type him or your perception of his work. There is really nothing fascinating, nothing poetic, about it. — Not too long ago I deliberately listened to music from the 6th century B. " Sounds more Ni-Fe, don't you think. That also implies that ISFPs are not original. You have to be a child—incidentally children understand my pictures very well, and I haven’t met a serious critic who could stand knee-high to those children. " And then you think about it for a while and you say, "Yeah, yeah, that kind of makes sense. He's also way too anti-symbolism and anti-parable to be Ni-dom. In an interview I read he was also obsessed with stuff like "the Russian artist" and their responsibilities, the difference between the art of different nations, etc. And then we have someone like Refn who's just about his fetishes: note that Refn and Lynch are much more alike that Tarkovsky is with either of them. INFJs are quite obsessed about things being stylish and whatnot. I love Melancholia. com/TheTopics/On_Solaris_2. and natural way of life of potentially every human being: not. All that doesn't sound terribly INFJ to me, well neither INFP aswell but rather an ISFP genius. @Martian The Tarkovsky quote I used was about him self expression was meaningless on its own terms. I, I, I, I. Compare to the Aesthete-Dreamer (Van Gogh) they come of ass somewhat colder and more spiritual. But since typology isn't falsifiable you can argue for any non sense. I think calling him pretentious is more of a reflection on perception of the person saying it, not Tarkovsky. @martian Good point. Because what they call passion actually is not some emotional energy, but just the friction between their souls and the outside world. Tarkovsky is very in control of philosophising, it never feels ''woo, what does this mean. There's too much unnecessary moments in his films. g: Woody Allen (ISTP) has quite a few philosophically driven movies despite being an S type. @Bonita Both types still up for debate. I'm just objecting to why ISFP is being rejected on strange reasoning. totally absorbed into God, Nature, Time; finding himself in. Reading about The Mirror again though, the way he mixes in history and everything, and how it means a lot to Russians, that sounds more coherently intuitive than I remember it being, and the national thing is very Fe ofc. first, for instance, from start to finish, right up to the words, 'Mum, there's a cuckoo. Please I'd request one of INFJ voters to make a case. Thinking – Feeling, represents how a person processes information. Thinking means that a person makes a decision mainly through logic.. However still your argument for INFP is valid. and here is how I love, and here is how I. For the sake of creating a spiritual bond with others it can only be an agonising process, one that involves no practical gain: ultimately it is an act of sacrifice. I'll change vote to ISFP in that case. A few points that I'd like to make though:. Like I can say Tarkovsky is an ISTJ with developed Fi and Ne. Those kinda INFJ quotes are a few, but the obsession with ''pure image'' is nailed down over and over. You want to know a beautiful but totally meaningless movie. Maybe he likes Fi characters. It's impossible for him to do so, his vision will always remain fragmentary. I wanted someone to challenge it. "( nice documentary on the master: https://www. ''; ''Compare Eastern and Western music. But surely it cannot be worth the effort merely for the sake of hearing one's own echo. Here the aesthetic coincides with the ethical. Here you can explore of famous people and fictional characters.. It's been a while since I watched The Mirror though, and I might simply not be proficient enough in these kinds of old Russian movies to really understand everything they have to offer, which might be leading me to underestimate/misunderstand what they are about. For now, I'm on ISFP who said INFJ things at times because he needed to justify his movies in a non-idulgent way (probably as an effect of having to explain himself to the Soviet authorities). Don't you think his serious nature resembles SJ types more than SP types, and thus an effect of overtly developed Si. James Cameron. Almost, as if photosohed. The level of production that goes in such movies, the scale, managing such a large crew and most importantly, making it all fit together is just something beyond what INFPs are capable of, unfortunately. The present slips and vanishes like sand between the fingers, acquiring material weight, only in its recollection. For those interested in anime, I would like the pin-point just how similar he and Mamoru Oshii (INTP: clearly not ISP, clear not J) are: both make movies very serious in tone even for their genres, both have heavy-handed philosophical dialogue in their movies, both put a huge emphasis on the visual and their visuals have a richness (STALKER, Ghost in the Shell) that can't be found in most directors, both make very slow movies with slow shots that just makes one contemplate the scenery and create mood. Well, would have to look into him more. :P@butterfly INFPs definitely do vague as hell movies. Also I guess you have a point. It sounds like a slogan. I don't see this as being incompatible with INFP. While he does say some things that seem INFJ, when he describes his actual creative process, there's no actual Ni and Fe, but Fi and Si. '' Sounds pretty Fe. Say it with me: INFP. SOLARIS doesn't have the vague mysteriousness of 2001:A Space Odyssesy either. It's very bobnickmad-core lol. INTJ 5w4 with ISFP 5w6 also being acceptableTarkosvky believed in learning from personal experience, He also intentionally made the first 15 minutes of Stalker “ slow and dull” as He Said, to alienate certain people and his movie were based in mood and personal ethic, i think his type is clear but some people just don’t want to see it. That could explain why he's such a complex individual, since he already inherited the literary aspect from his parents. INFJs also look for the ''pure image'', but one that's it's conceptual, while for him its those images that are already there in nature, almost like a reverse Plato. Butterfly's defense of tertiary Ni rests partly on the "pretentiousness" and poetic, convergent surface beauty of Tarkovsky's work. His comments against self-absorbtion might mean he prefers to let the image talk for the artist, instead of the artist to talk himself. It needed rapport and created a "spiritual bond" with others. I hesitate though, because you've read his book and everything. I'd hope someone would expand more on the topic. And let them have a laugh at their passions. Anyway changing vote to INFJ for now. Of course, I can't claim I know what Bruce Lee, Camus and Tarkovsky it's all about, but it's possible that because Se it's so looked down on by other intellectuals, and found shallow, these ISP with stronger Ni took upon themselves to show that the simple observations of life and movement has more depth than these intellectuals who no longer look at life would believe. ''That his style is essentialy Tarkovsky's own is confirmed by the fact that vritually any frame from Solaris, Mirror, Stalker, Nostalghia or The Sacrifice could be instantly indentified as being from one of his films, yet these films were shot by five different cinematohraphers. It feels very much like how I am when I just let my Si contemplates scenery and let Ne ponder about life and meaning and all that stuff. Not to say an INFJ can't be very good with visuals, but the visuals in Stalker have a natural complexity that would demand one's S function being in a non-inferior position, as the lower the function, the less is nuanced. A poet is someone who can use a single image to send a universal message. I assert that while Tarkovski's movies have symbolic use of language, the plot itself is at best symbolic aesthetically without a message behind them as he has confessed. People point his individualism for making such movies that go against the Soviet regimes demands, but really, what's most telling is: it's incredible someone even managed to make such movies in The Soviet Union in the first place. why should crafton not listen. So I'm probably not the most temperate evaluator of him. The problem with that reasoning is that you can find an S,N,T,F function in everyone despite their type. For me, the finale is Kelvin's return to the cradle, to his source, which cannot ever be forgotten. But ISFPs do use visual art and craft to elaborate their individuality. So, for Tarkovsky we have to get at the bottom of what he's trying to say in Sculpting in Time, free of borrowed concepts. #52, have you not seen my comments. I don't think Si users are the only ones who can be obsessed with the past either. CelebrityTypes have typed Tarkovski. A medium that represent the essence of that culture, and I think this causes them struggle: because their vision on what their culture is at its essence, and the ''public opinion'', doesn't coincide, yet they themselves don't feel they oppose that culture, but rather want to be a personification of it. We think that art demands special knowledge; we demand some higher meaning from an author, but the work must act directly on our hearts or it has no meaning at all. A man passes another man by, he looks at him but he cannot see him. Meanwhile, his movies, interviews or book -Sculpting in Time, don't show Ne almost at all, Ne is practically absent. There's nothing freely associative, but gathering as much meaning in the most simple expression. Honestly I haven't really liked his movies much, so I don't know him very well either, and Bobnickmad is probably better to consider him in the first place. He is very disciplined and logical to be an INFP. '' 3) So despite the fact that he puts allot of emphasis on sincerity, it doesn't seem to be for Fi reasons. Stuff like 'symbolism' or 'allegory' are means for some Ni-doms to reach this, but I don't think 'symbolism' itself it's what's fundamentally Ni, but rather getting at the the simplest yet fundamental expressions of the world, whether they call it ''The Idea''; ''Tao''; ''Being'', all the theory and symbolism in more analytical INFJs is just a way to the direct one to some fundamental truth than can only be grasped ''through the eye of the soul''. He's the the cryptic, analytical kind, rather he's more of a return to a more poetic form of INFJ, the kind of INFJ that is Lao Zi. That's a Romantic trait I find abhorrent. On the other hand, I might be wrong, and Bergman might be INFJ after all and Tarkovsky ISFP - INFJs, after all, are known to have a big weak spot for ISFPs, similar to INFPs with INTJs. Keep reading to learn more about what goes into your Myers-Briggs personality type—and maybe discover what yours is.. (We can however argue why someone is inclined towards specific topics/ideas and how they approach them). "Ni spookiness" hahahaaaaaaaaa@martian Good point. Wow, if someone tolled me I will end up defending ISFP for Tarkovsky and Butterfly INFJ, I would have thought it's a crazy joke. Both Tree of Life and The Mirror are biographical, but The Mirror is far, far less accessible and much more open to interpretation. He's also not pretentious at all, everything that he claims movies have to be, is what hid movies are. Whenever an artist sort of dissolves himself in a work of art, when he himself disappears without a trace, this then is unbelievable poetry. An INFP will do that to some degree as well, but their balance is tilted the other way. ''4) It's hard to see much Fe to him in person, but you can always find in his movies: Andrey Rublev is supposed to be about this painter, but really it's more about the Russian people and it's history, and the way they made what Rublev is as a painter. Butterfly your argument is valid but I disagree that an INFP or INFJ necessarily has to be deep. INFJs are often very nostalgic for some reason (based on people I know), and all Se users talk about, almost, is stuff that happened to them some or another time. Also, my favorite of his quotes: ''The aim of art is to prepare a person for death, to plough and harrow his soul, rendering it capable of turning to good. But the visuals are archetypal (the introduction scene looks like tarot cards), everything is pure, condensed, simple (far from the way Von Trier indulged himself with inferior sensation with the near pornographic Nymphomaniac). " or this being part of some complex theory in which this makes perfect sense. ''; ''In a word, the image is not a certain meaning, expressed by the. Possible, possible. Who is the next director I will make ISFP. A lot of his movies are Fi-Si themed (Ivan's Childhood, Mirror), and self-expression is more of a 4 thing. " This clearly goes against INTJ, possibly INFJ as well. in comparison to what. Like with STALKER, whether or not the apparent lack of practical of art purpose makes it the most un-egoistical of human endeavours, and thus the superior human pursuit. I'm a parody of myself, but he seems to like a more pretentious and less interesting David Lynch (ISFP) who gets a lot of hipster points for being rather obscure and difficult, basically. '' Seems a pretty Fe way of understanding morality, where it means self-abnegation and serving others. Read Sculpting in Time. I think for an INP to make very ambitious movies like these guys did, it requires a very trained Si and this in turn explain why their movie end up being so serious in tone and heavy handed compared to your typical NP movies. No, I'm kidding. I think if we collect all these quotes we can point out how they can point to Ni and Fi, and also Fe in the last few quotes. Whether this means Lynch is ISFP and Tarkovsky INFP, or Lynch is INFP and Tarkovsky INFJ, it's pretty clear they're not the same type, and Tarkovsky is much more concerned with the relation between the individuals deeper self and a harmonious society. In fact that is what Ni ultimately tries: to abstract the whole world and meaning to the simplest of images. It's also, IIRC, dedicated to Tarkovsky and is partly a kind of homage. While INFP isn't a definite answer, given the scarcity of any personality related information and some use of generalisation INFP seems to be the best fit. I think with given info INFP makes better sense. @Martian Maybe you feel in disadvantage, that's why you like to call other people pretentious. Actually, I would have to concur. ''In a certain sense the past is far more real, or at any rate more stable, more resilient than the present. Than again, maybe he's more like a down to earth Plato rather than a reverse Plato. But eh, it's not really what his movies are about. He wants to dissolve himself in his culture to reach the cosmos or something. Because what they call passion actually is not some emotional energy, but just the friction between their souls and the outside world. tradition they never utter a word about themselves. Whatever type, I dislike the notion that he's pretentious, because it's quite obvious movies were very important to him, I think there are few directors for which the medium of movies is as important as for Tarkovsky. If you enjoyed this entry, find out about the personality types of Acting and Movie Industry characters list.. There's something to clarify here, about the Fi in INFP and INFJ. They can however sometimes lack in research of individuals. ' is one of my earliest childhood recollections. Oh well, at least you sound reasonable now. Tbqh I only used that quote to see if anyone else would say it was weighty nonsense because the line between Ni spookiness and Fi passion barfing can get blurry. I went through the whole Tarkovsky and Bergman argument. He takes the basic premises from other philosophers whole, but with all its abstract talk about the ''absurd'', what he's trying to get at. I never find myself calling other people pretentious, never. net/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/melancholia. I would take your "100% INFJ" claim seriously if you had a flawless argument for that. I think they're both INFPs to be honest. And @crafton should not listen to you because you're not a connoisseur. He has provided the most definitive evidence of Fi/Si being the primary cognitive processes at work in Tarkovsky's filmmaking. Fascinating discussion, all, and I'm not officially entering it: just leaving this comment here. I considered INFP, but ISFP makes sense too. @crafton: I'm actually not sure if Malick is really INFP. " take a very Fi tone. The dude goes on and on about his rich inner world of emotions and bloated language. Like it doesn't go past the surface beauty of the abstract claim itself. Ni types express their insights and vision to convey a message, lay out an agenda to change minds. This is something I do not find very agreeable and in general. Though I'd be willing to consider ISFP, that argument thus far seems subjectively justified. But these are not objectively verifiable traits of Tarkovsky, they are Butterfly's own opinions of him. I couldn't find definitive Ne evidence either, but I did find what may be Si evidence: "I’ve noticed, from my experience, if the external, emotional construction of images in a film are based on the filmmaker’s own memory, on the kinship of one’s personal experience with the fabric of the film, then the film will have the power to affect those who see it. Mohahaha, you went straight into my reverse psychology trap. It's however pretty evident that he is an Fi-Dom. And I'm not discounting INFP. Tarkovsky films breath new life and meaning into sensory stimuli like nothing else really.
. If he's ISFP, he's most likely 1w9, as enneagram 1 would explain best why he appears so J like. An artist after all is an individual, a personality; he is like a nation's personification precisely because he turns out to be the nation's voice, its product. I also don't remember any quote in Stalker, or any Rublev movies that doesn't sense, they are pretty obvious musing on the relationship between art and knowledge, there's nothing empty. Reading his quotes like that "film is sculpting in time", it's just beautiful nonsense. It's similar with art. I can't see an S inferior making Stalker. html Contrast this with someone like Lynch in interviews, and it's a clear difference in intellectual heaviness. Agreed, definitely not INFJ. But show a toe sticking out of a hole in a sock to a poet and it is enough to produce image of the whole world in him. The endless inner struggle of man, who wants to be freed from all moral restraint, but at the same time seeks a meaning for his own movement, in the form of an ideal — that is the dichotomy that constantly produces intense inner conflict in the life of the individual and of society. Except that one is a Russian movie director and the other a anime one, they're strickingly similar. I've had quite a few discussions with their admins. Taking larger scale projects and making something special out of it it's the most Ne-lower Te could aspire to. That's the polar opposite in quality. Take for example the music of Wagner or, I don't know, Beethoven — that's an unending monologue about oneself: look how poor I am, all in rags, how miserable, what Job I am, how unhappy, how I suffer — like nobody else — I suffer like the antique Prometheus. Also, lol, even theoretically he is the opposite of everything I stand for. Why not challenge them when you feel they are wrong. You're also making some sort of diluted non sequitur and mistaking what I mean by INFP bullshit. " take a very Fi tone. Like in Andrei Rublev, the disilusioned painter sees a young man building a church bell and making his community happy and this makes Rublev realizes he has a higher, unselfish calling; or the STALKER sees in the Zone an opportunity to serve others rather than himself. Quiet, reflective, and idealistic. Interested in serving humanity. Well-developed value system, which they strive to live in accordance with.. You are in the best place to test MBTI and learn what type Andreï Tarkovski / Andrei Tarkovsky likely is!. anyway, in the context of auxiliary functions of an IxFP, it's basically new meaning versus direct meaning. Or a pretentious director that has nothing to express. Tree of Life actually has a lot of coherent, good old storytelling. You really need to create a website like bobnickmad. But society cannot be an artist. For example: Bruce Lee (ISTP), many people think he must be INFJ because he uses these deep, abstract quotes.
. Don't you feel that is very Si. I don't know, evidently it happens. When someone like Tarkovsky makes a biography they probably connect very strongly and personally to them. But yeah, my basic problem is that I don't see the practical significance of calling movie-making "sculpting in time". I mean that spirit of sacrifice which must constitute the essential. But I don't see someone showing up on a set saying, "I'm going to sculpt in time. 4-5-1 are a type of 4 that comes off as very serious and even cold like a 5, but despite the 5 like coldness and 1 rigidity apparent both from his movies and person, he's clearly interested in truths about the human heart and meaning of life relating to the human heart, and not some cold 5-like truth. You can't type a troll like butterfly, troll. Also this self-confirmation, this unending self-presentation is not a result of his art, it is its goal. Some people evidently wanted more: they needed arcane symbols, secret meanings. 3) While he definitely has some ISFP characteristics to him, ISFPs in interviews come of as way more laid-back than that. He really doesn't seem that bent on self-expression like some below think. Sven Nykvist credited him with knowing a good deal about the technical side of filmmaking and with being very sensitive to light. A movie like STALKER feels spiritual for me, not just dialogue wise, but visually as well. http://people. The issue is either he is Ne-Si or Se-Ni. ”@vandieu OMG were you trolling me when you typed Kieslowski.
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Andreï Tarkovski / Andrei Tarkovsky
Category: Acting and Movie Industry
TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 32
INFJ - 19 vote(s)
INFP - 10 vote(s)
INTP - 2 vote(s)
ISFP - 1 vote(s)
TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 14
4W5 - 7 vote(s)
5W4 - 6 vote(s)
5W6 - 1 vote(s)