Son of Saul Re-Imagined: Transforming Vague Ideas to Clear Images

By Dr George Halasz

Posted on 20 October, 2017 under Presentations, Video

A study using images of a mother and son to capture personalised moment-to-moment re-exposures to the relational trauma experiences across the generations.

This psychologically informed research method interrogates the nature and the mechanism of relational trauma and the possibility of reparative moments 70 years after, while witnessing scenes from the Holocaust as shown in the Academy Award winning film Son of Saul.

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