What makes a person who they are? From where does one's sense of self derive? Is it how you see yourself? How others see you? How vulnerable is identity to loss or damage? This vidshow will explore identities found, lost, questioned, affirmed, stolen, battered, bruised, constructed, and deconstructed. VJ: renenet
|Song (if different)
|You Can Call Me
|You Can Call Me Al
|What makes a person who they are? Is your identity based in a series of roles and relationships?
|Buffy the Vampire Slayer
|Can the emotion and loyalty you inspire in and extend to those around you help you discover more about yourself?
|The First Time
|The Vampire Diaries
|Will you never truly know who you are until you accept who you come from?
|Never Gonna Change
|Does being true to your roots equal being true to yourself?
|Butterflies & Hurricanes
|Doctor Who (2005) and Torchwood
|Will you find your identity by joining a greater cause--or just find yourself forever altered by the experience?
|Don't Take, Amélie
|Battlestar Galactica (2003)
|What if you use yourself up for the glory of a cause?
|The Boy Was a Puppet
|What if your identity and your cause are one and the same?
|As you go through life, how much do you augment your personality with bits from other people?
|Don't Lose Yourself
|Doctor Who (2005)
|Isn't identity largely based on accumulated memories of your self interacting with your environment?
|So what is your identity if you can't know or trust your self?
|Art of Dying
|Perhaps the path of self-discovery is an answer in itself?
|U2 and Mary J. Blige
|Or, perhaps, the answer lies in all of the above.