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  • Welcome to English at the Movies.

  • American Classics, Where We Teach You American English.

  • Heard at the Movies.

  • The 1944 movie Gaslight is based on the 1938 play of the same name.

  • The term gaslighting came from the story.

  • Shortly after Paula Mary's Gregory, she begins to question her mental health.

  • Watch this example of Gaslighting.

  • If I could only get inside that brain of yours and understand what makes you do these crazy, twisted things.

  • Gregory, are you trying to tell me I'm insane?

  • That's what I'm trying not to tell myself.

  • But that's what you think, isn't it?

  • That's what you've been hinting and suggesting for months now.

  • Ever since this what, since the day I lost your broke?

  • What do you think gaslighting is a confusing situation or be trickery that persuades someone not to trust reality?

  • What makes you do these crazy, twisted things?

  • Gregory?

  • Are you trying to tell me I'm insane?

  • It's what I'm trying not to tell myself, but that's what you think, isn't it?

  • That's what you've been hinting and suggesting for months.

  • Yeah, the answer is B trickery that persuades someone not to trust reality.

  • Gregory Gaslights Paula to make her believe she has a mental disorder.

  • His aim is to put her in a mental hospital so he can steal her family's jewels Mhm.

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English @ the Movies: Gaslighting

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