Because of this, INFPs are probably the most enthusiastic group I’ve spoken with so far about movies.
More than anything, INFPs mentioned that they loved to watch a movie that made them reflect on their lives and the meaning of life.
They wanted to be inspired and moved when they watched a movie.
I loved speaking with INFPs about their favorite movie choices – INFPs have an enthusiasm about storytelling and film that is contagious.
They love good stories, and love to be swept away by the imagination and fantasy of it all.
It’s a movie that asks us; “why did we fall out of love in the first place?
While they do enjoy entertainment for entertainment’s sake, they often use movies as a way to connect to their emotionally-rich inner world.They see movies as a pathway to hidden possibilities and insights into the meaning of life or the future.However, as Joel’s memories gradually disappear, he realizes he can’t live without his memories and love for Clementine and fights to hold on to each memory before it is gone forever.Why INFPs Love It: The Eternal Sushine of the Spotless Mind is a love story that is both realistic and enchanting.Movies carry with them the possibility of seeing something they’ve never seen before or connecting with a character in a way they never have.Movies engage the INFP Feeling side while stimulating the possibility-focused nature of extraverted intuition (Ne).