Columbia Pictures The moral ambiguity of human psychology, where all kinds of fears are crystallized, especially at night, is found in Martin Scorsese’s seminal, groundbreaking Taxi Driver. “I can’t sleep at night” is the pivotal snatch of dialogue and it is the basis of protagonist Travis Bickle’s internal world: just as the moonlight or city […]Fear in His Eyes: Travis Bickle as the Voice of an Uneasy Conscience in ‘Taxi Driver’
My feature essay on the pathbreaking 1978 film TAXI DRIVER has been published by SCREEN QUEENS. It addresses its socio-political grounding in reality and human psychology.
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