As a psychiatrist, I am tempted to diagnose the Joker with elements of mental disorder. But the Joker is a fictional character that need not and does not comply with natural norms and patterns.
It is particularly relevant when it comes to the presence of Black women in Joker’s world, a presence so glaring yet so subtle it almost goes unnoticed. We see Joker, or Arthur Fleck (played superbly by Joaquin Phoenix) interact with six women over the course of the film. One of the women is a TV producer he speaks with briefly over the phone. Another is his disturbed mother, who he learns.
Joker is not an action movie, it is a sad psychological drama, depicting the suffering of a man who was wronged, and got it wrong. Beginning: A Sad Child and a Man Lost in Chaos Arthur is deeply.The Joker is the main antagonist of Harley Quinn. He is the main antagonist of Season 1, and a recurring character of Season 2. He is the scourge of Gotham City's underworld and the archenemy of Batman. He's also in Harley's crosshairs as she's done being a sidekick and determined to prove that she can be a supervillain on her own. The Joker is very pale, with sheet-white skin, and dark, shiny.For its first two acts, Todd Phillips’s Joker is a social-realist drama that just so happens to be set in Gotham City. It’s the story of a troubled working-class man who crumbles under the.
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DC Black Label will debut a new series this fall about Harley Quinn’s pre-supervillain life as a psychiatrist and her investigation into Gotham’s infamous psychopath, the Joker.
The wait for Joker to cinemas is finally over and its shaping up to be one of the best and most disturbing films of 2019. After years of easily digestible Marvel movies, DC’s Joker origins story.
What we can say with some certainty is that Joker's final scene, with Arthur in Arkham and questioned by a psychiatrist, is happening. It's the cap to the story, suggesting that regardless of what crimes he actually committed, Arthur does end up captured. But as we'll see, even in that moment there are some big questions left about what we're shown, not least the chilling image in his mind of.
Arthur, while doing his routine dressed as a clown, is harassed by grade-schoolers who steal his sign. They lead him to a blind alley-way, where they ambush him and leave him beaten on the floor. He goes up to his apartment to take care of his mother. She states that sh Arthur, while doing his routine dressed as a clown, is harassed by grade-schoolers who steal his sign. They lead him to a.
It is difficult to know where to begin with this criminal. The Joker is, without a doubt, Batman's deadliest foe. We don’t know where he came from exactly or why he is so deranged, but he has forever tarnished the reputation of our great city with his foul presence. We are not even certain the Joker knows where he came from. We have no less than thirty accounts of his “backstory” on file.
Note: contains spoilers for Joker. It looks like Joaquin Phoenix and Todd Phillips are laughing all the way to the bank as 2019's Joker takes comic book movie fans under the big top for a dive.
Arthur Fleck is a failed comedian and party clown struggling with mental illness and a laughing disorder. It's later revealed that he actually is sociopathic and gradually begins to become evil as result of his abusive treatment from the people of Gotham City, leading him to become the vengeful anarchist Joker. Believed to have been born in Gotham City, Arthur was abandoned as a baby and was.
Harley Quinn has Mad Love for Joker. Harley’s origin story is also a love story collected in Batman: Mad Love and Other Stories writer Paul Dini and artist Bruce Timm. Harleen Quinzel was originally the Joker’s psychiatrist at Arkham Ayslum. Joker notes that her name sounds like Harlequin, which he describes as a “classic clown character.
For starters, the kids who beat up Joker and steal his sign are brown kids, the representation of the failing psychiatric system in Gotham City is a black woman and, the woman who gets annoyed when Joker is trying to entertain her daughter is also a black woman. And the final scene, the psychiatrist who gets murdered is once again, a black woman which after that, Arthur dances in the hallways.