عنوان مقاله [English]
This article was conducted with the purpose of the archetype analysis of the "Red Ribbon" film directed by Ebrahim Hatami Kia, focusing on the female character of the film. The story is about a woman named Mahboobeh, who returns to her father's home in the south after the war. She encounters two men, Davoud and Jomeh, the first of whom is in charge of destroying landmine and the second one of them lives in a land full of tanks left by the war, and there are incidents and clashes between them. The theoretical framework of the article is based on the viewpoint of Jean Shinoda Bolen, who achieved new ideas by combining Jung's psychological and mythological achievements. She analyzes the personality of individuals based on ancient features inspired by Greek myths such as Zeus, Demeter, Hephaestus and Athena. Bolen believes that each of these archetypes possesses characteristics such as seeking power, seclusion, eloquence and order that overlap with their performance in Greek mythology. These characteristics also exist in humans in different proportions and make the individuals have their own personality, character and choices in life. The results of this research which was conducted in descriptive-analytical as well as the library and field methods show that Aphrodite, Hephaestus and Hermes archetypes are dominant in Mahboobeh, Davoud and Jomeh, respectively. Both men were trapped in the past, ignoring the present and the future. In fact, the one-dimensional and extreme life of Davoud and Jomeh attracts them to Mahboobeh. Eventually, however, a new development takes place following his interest in Mahboobeh and his aphroditic energy.