To begin this conflict analysis, it would be most suitable to discuss the beginning of the conflict, which was August 11, 1997. Coincidentally enough, it’s also the date of my birth. Though it may seem strange, my conflict analysis won’t be between myself and another person, so to speak, but between myself and myself. While I don’t remember much from this date up until a few years ago, except for a few glimpses and flashes of memories, it’s safe to say that the origin of my internal conflict has been with me since birth. This mysterious origin is a hereditary mental illness, passed down to me by my father, which makes me feel like two or more different people in constant conflict—bipolar disorder.
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“I’ve been taking care of you—you’ve been asleep for a long time. Look.” He gestured around my room excitedly before turning back to me with the sparkling eyes of an American child on Christmas morning. I looked down at the fuzzy blanket that covered my body and moved my feet underneath it to confirm I was actually here and alive.
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At the beginning of Shutter Island and throughout most of the film we know the main character as Edward (Teddy) Daniels‚a decorated U.S. Marshal and widower. He has been assigned a special case involving an escaped patient at a highly classified and heavily guarded mental institution by the name of Ashecliffe, located on Shutter Island. This location serves as the setting for the entirety of the movie, apart from flashbacks and delusions created by the mind of Teddy.