1. Dr. Jekyll (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde)
Mr. Hyde is Dr. Jekyll manifestation of primary, urgent undercurrent, unleashed the mysterious potion consumption. Perform unspeakable acts of Jekyll as usual, much like the new identity was forged in his subconscious. So daunting is the unexpected birth of a mental disorder.
2. Norman Bates (Psycho)
Hitchcock film is a classic psychological thriller, full of symbolism, birds, and voyeurism. There are also many Freudian concepts in the workplace. If you to check into the Bates Motel, you'll find more than just a shower is really bad, you see the boy's mother looked innocent Norman, Feins to attend the misery of his sick mother, while her mother's death was.
That does not seem to register with Norman, however, when he hordes his body in a rocking chair and make him alive in his head. He even dresses as a cute girl and killing her mother thought she would not approve. The dark twist is that he developed dissociative identity disorder shortly after he killed his mother and the lover who comes between them. His umbilical cord, it seems, even after death, and his condition goes back to Oedipus.
3. The unnamed narrator (Fight Club)
The narrator of this film, based on the novel by Chuck Palahniuk, lead a normal life, where the furniture called "smart" and get sympathy from the support group. Tyler Durden, soap salesman, are risk takers who are willing to push to the face and started a fight club. While they do not sound the same, they are.
Durden is more expressive than half of the narrator, seeking pleasure and pain, and the complete destruction of all major credit card company buildings. He became a salesman, came forward every time the supply does not meet consumer demand.
4. Gollum / Smeagol (Lord of the Rings)
It's a little depressing cave living beings in fact have multiple personality disorder. Personality is so strong that they fought among themselves on a regular basis, usually as Gollum / Smeagol moral dilemmas.
If Faust contemplation of the little angel and devil on his shoulder: he (Gollum) really want to "valuable" but he (Smeagol) also wanted to be faithful to the inner turmoil was usually shakes winners Gollum in "master". , Id-hunters who want nothing but the mighty power of the ring to see. In this way, the ring is the best recipe for keeping the others, even better, a personality at bay.
5. Sybil Dorsett (Sybil)
Originally it was a mini-series taken from a book, Sybil was based on real life and graduate students who suffer from multiple personality (he has 13 of them). Movie revolves around the Sybil sessions with a psychiatrist, where we can meet characters like the boy was seven to eight years old named Sid who loves football and a precocious 13 year old girl named Vicky, who speak French.
A total of 11 of his personality are women, two men, and many direct conflict with each other. In an attempt to identify the causes of such internal overpopulation to explain, it is revealed that Sybil suppress memories of abuse as a child. They say truth is stranger than fiction, and in this case 13 people stand as proof, they Sybil.
6. Mort Rainey (Secret Window)
Johnny Depp plays a literally crazy as possible in this film based on Stephen King novel. He was harassed by one of John Shooter, played by John Turturro, and accused of plagiarism. As some people and wind of a dog was stabbed with a screwdriver, it seems that he is very unfortunate victim, until we learn that he was a victim of his own character.
Shooter John is none other than the alternative that more personality than anything motivated by the need to end one of his stories seem to change. That and some corn on the cob.
7. Malcolm Rivers (ID)
Characters suffer from is evaluated to see if he committed the murder by one of his multiple personalities. Each person occupies a room in a motel in the head, and one of them is a murderer, kill the rest of the personality at a time. We watch the film is really just a metaphor for what happened to Malcolm, when he tried to consolidate his multiple personalities in one. If that single personality is that of a child, everything was fine until we know, until the end of Hitchcock, that child killer over the years.
8. Teddy Daniels (Shutter Island)
A familiar metaphor for a psychological thriller, Martin Scorcese takes the genre to the federal police on the island hospital-turned-mental to the murder to solve. What he learned along the way is that more things than he realized in the first place, because the case is one of the repressed memories.
He was actually a patient, a relapse into the lifestyle of the former prior to an event that caused his psychotic break, a child drowned by his crazy wife (whom he shot the terrible discovery). This, of course, is only revealed at the end, if we got a good sense to be skeptical. The agreement plot in the film like Gothika and Hide and Seek, both equipped with the main characters who will feel very much at home on this list. Or with a straitjacket.
9. Bruce Banner (Hulk)
First Hulk comic, but has adapted to all visual media a few, and given the film treatment of the two in the last decade alone (the latest version of the filling of badassery Ang Lee are minimized delicious). The original character is part of Frankenstein and Dr. Jekyll / Mr Hyde, at least according to the co-creator Stan Lee, and the themes are all the same, a scientist who transforms into a monster, without obstacles and guide.
But outside of the fantastic, and the more clinical, scientist Bruce Banner is what is the case of multiple personality disorder, in which he is someone (or something, instead of) other, which acts as a channel for all the feelings that oppressed it. And while some things in a state of inhuman evil, Hulk is the kind of heroic. That is if he is not in vain for the city to waste any.
10. Bailey Gates Charlie / Hank Evans (Me, Myself, and Irene)
On a lighter note, Jim Carrey's character Charlie Bailey Gates morphs into Hank Evans alter ego as a defense mechanism. Very sturdy, and not once, his confrontational alternative to an outlet for what Charlie is too weak to express himself.[source]