I was watching Now, Voyager (1942) with Bette Davis played the lead character Charlotte Vale. I first learned about this film when i had to watch if for a course on film since the 1940s. Loved it. But what's most interesting about the film is that it represents the tendency early on, helped early on by the mental health profession, to treat introversion as a disorder, especially in women. When she was supposedly unglamorous and introverted, the main character was seen and treated as undesirable, but when she got "well," she was extroverted, vibrant, and confident. It's an interesting look at the way the way Classical Hollywood looks at personality typing without addressing it directly. I think she would probably be typed as an INFP/INFJ. Another film is the Three Faces of Eve (1957) with Joanne Woodward. This is the story of a troubled housewife, with a young child, who is mistreated and neglected by her husband. What interesting about her is that, a traumatic experience as a child leads her to develop multiple personalities, 2 of them to start. She goes to a psychiatrist who takes her case out of a peculiar interest. The troubled housewife is introverted, which is intended to reflect her feelings of insecurity and lack of self confidence, and troubled nature. On the other hand, is her alter ego, extremely extroverted "bad girl" personality who goes out at night, lives it up. This second personality is seen as rebellious, reckless, and lacks self-control. And the third personality which emerges later, is one who is seen as balanced. This third persona, the healthy compromise, doesn't appear until she comes to terms with the trauma she experienced as a child due to the sessions she has with the psychiatrist, to understand the reason her personalities developed. The first pesonality is probably an ISFJ, the second ENTP or ENFP (not sure), and the third an INFP/INFJ. Has anyone ever watched these films or any other Classical Hollywood films from the 1040s and 1950s with similar themes? What do you think?