We discover some important connections made by the filmmakers to to the classic MGM musical, Singin' in the Rain, from 1952. In both Back to the Future and in Singin' in the Rain, references to the Vatican Courtyard are made, and also to Chaucer's ribald classic, The Miller's Tale, from The Canterbury Tales.
Here's the playlist with this link pointing to Part 3, the one just published. What is "Back to the Future" Really About? Part 3 - Mr. Sandman
Three primary layers of symbolism are:
- space-time and its mastery, with special attention given to transits
- trauma-based mind control of the SRA DID kind that involves ritual abuse and sodomy.
- the legendary conflict between Chronus and Zeus
Part 1 - Marty and Doc Brown have secret space-time names.
Also decoded, the title graphic and promotional posters.
Part 2 - Doc Brown's Secret Identity and Howdy Doody Time
Includes decoding of related clips from Wreck-It Ralph and Rango.
Part 3 - The Sands of Time, and Marty Trips the Light Fantastic
Decodes the sands of time metaphor. Exposes how a nod is given to Singin' in the Rain (1952). Demonstrates how these films allude to and derive from The Millers Tale from The Canterbury Tales, by Chaucer, and the setting of the Vatican Courtyard.