David gives a lecture to his class on Jacques Lacan's views on the traversing of fantasy. According to David, Lacan suggests that fantasies have to be unrealistic for us to desire them. Once they have been attained, we will no longer desire them.
A group of Romans traveling through a dark wood hesitant when they experience a thunderstorm with a cloudless sky and black birds circling in the wrong direction. This clip shows Roman proclivities towards omen and superstition.