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George Lucas MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'George Lucas'
George Lucas MBTI type

Acting and Movie Industry


INFP - 10
INTP - 7
ISFP - 4
INFJ - 3

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9W1 - 5
5W4 - 3

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His love for racing in his youth could also point to him being an Se user.Great post Butterfly! Voting ISFP too.Convincing argument, changing vote to ISFP.I think he is ISFP actually.

MBTI type of George Lucas

. For example if you watch THX 1138 it's all interesting visuals, sound, etc. and little story.

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. Se, not Ne. Lucas himself has also said on separate occasions, if I remember correctly, (to the horror of many fans) that the story doesn't really matter, that Star Wars is about the surface.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of George Lucas. I would also argue there isn't really much Ne in Star Wars. It's almost completely identical to old, cheap sci-fi serials Lucas enjoyed.Which of the 16 personality types is George Lucas?. In other words, I think it's more of a Se thing, like when Tarantino borrows from all kinds of cool stuff he likes. Part of the reason we love Star Wars so much is after all because of how simplistic and universal it feels, almost like *the ultimate sci-fi adventure*. I don't think a Ne user would be able to "hold back". For example Star Wars IV is just the old "rescue the princess plot". The force and all that stuff is obviously Fi and some Ni as well. Tertiary Ni is highly drawn to the kind of mysterious, empty talk Star Wars characters are prone to use. Finally his Inferior Te is of course the explanation for his tendency towards indecision, explains why he is always trying to get other people to direct his movies, how he almost died of stress while making A New Hope, how miserable he seems about fans not liking the prequels, etc.INFP. He has a brilliant, vivid imagination and he keeps editing and reshooting parts of his films because he's never totally satisfied with his work. Possibly an unhealthy INFP because most of the changes he makes are not necessary, but despite that he can't stop going back to his work and fixing/"fixing" it. Perfectionism to an extreme, and possibly indicative of a very unstable inferior Te.