Bojack Horseman: The Black Humor Feast

Bojack Horseman is, above all, a little “We” series. Everything we have experienced, what we want to do, what we can’t do, our sufferings, anger, psychological situations, etc., and a whole “We” series.

The series includes a black humor theme that combines universe animals and human species in a modern life, just like humans. Bojack is a well-known and decadent old horse. It’s actually fame and enjoyed that life, but it looks like a post to the famed celebrities who have been overlooked, but Bojack is a character that has much more depth than that.

He is actually a spiritual sadly horse, with his desires, his traumatic life, and despite all this, his uncaring and bad-hearted structure. As you watch the series, you understand his emotions well, envy the way he escapes from reality and the effort to approach life without seriousness when he falls, but then you see that Bojack is not actually more than a person who is free and vulnerable.

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Todd Chavez is one of the series’ interesting characters.This gorgeous guy, a home friend of Bojack, is a rare character that makes you laugh when you don’t expect it.My goal in writing this article is that the existence concerns we all experience from time to time are being raised through these characters in such a form, rather than talking about individual characters like Diane Nguyen, Mr. Peanutbutter, Princess Carolyn.Each part of the series is approximately 25 minutes. Dialog and sections very successful. Sections are interconnected and affect subsequent chapters that characters live in previous chapters, so you should watch carefully.

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“Loneliness does not come from having no people about one, but from being unable to communicate the things that seem important to oneself, or from holding certain views which others find inadmissible.”

Carl Gustav Jung

Jung’s definition of loneliness is actually the word that best sums up the Bojack universe. The production team is also making good work on the show. In some parts of the series, guest celebrities join the series and are named in the series. Celebrities who are named often voice their characters themselves. If you want to watch a good series in 25 minutes of episodes, think while you watch, laugh while you think, this short tragedy is full of black humor. Give the series 3-4 episodes of luck until you get used to the universe of the series.

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