Woody Allen suggested in the ornament-themed Hollywood (USA) movie "Celebrity" (1998) that the artistic phenomenon of icon building in a capitalist society ironically reflects the psychological reality of fantasy sensitivity.

Mordred is a folk legend in the Arthurian tales. Mordred supposedly was involved in the battle that resulted in Arthur's death despite the valiant efforts of the controversial Camelot knight Lancelot to come to Arthur's republican rescue. Mordred and Lancelot are in a way iconic character foils that can be casted as ornament sensitivity role-playing characters.

Do these figure-mosaic considerations reflect the psyche marketability of identity-fantasized Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Avatar" (2009)?

Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?

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