Communicator (communicator) wrote,


Oscarology is a brilliant and timely idea: instead of predicting your personality from your month or year of birth you find out what you are like from what won the Oscar.

This means I am West Side Story. You may scoff, but what about this - spookily accurate I think you will agree.

West Side Storys tend to feel like outsiders in almost any group, but are very concerned with communicating, making connections, and forming bridges between people who seem unalterably opposed. Music and dancing are central to their lives and identities, providing an outlet to express both joy and anger. They have tough exteriors, but are gentle and affectionate inside.
(Addendum: West Side Storys can also get far too deeply involved in silly, trivial projects, spending an almost obsessive amount of time on undertakings that they and others enjoy but that even they consider ridiculous.)

I'd never spend a lot of time on something manifestly ridiculous however.

(my guess is this addendum is a hint that the person who made this site was born the same year as me)

Just as astrology can be given an extra level of nuance by considering rising signs, position of the moon etc, you can learn more about yourself by considering the films that should have won that year (indicating the shadow self) and the best actor/actress (animus/anima) and so on. It's so obvious.

Review Oscars by year here. Note she uses the year the film was made, not the year it got the Oscar (just if you want to play).
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