In Saw 2 Jigsaw Essay

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In Saw 1 an anxiety disorder was present which is obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). One of the main detectives he was so obsessed with trying to figure out the case to the point it drives him crazy and strives to be Jigsaw’s assistant on basically killing people. Before his Saw killing spree, the only family he had was his sister and someone murdered her and that what dove him to start killing. He became a master mind in Jigsaw’s games and started taking over them. He was persistent and good with covering his tracks so he won’t get caught.
In Saw 2 Jigsaw shows the signs of antisocial personality disorder. He was so distant and antisocial from others when different events happened in his life. He only made interactions with his wife and the person who assisted him in the “Jigsaw killings”. He believed society was corrected and wanted to “correct” society by playing these games with people.
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For example, on the first Saw his wife miscarried their child because a man committing a crime hit her in the stomach while she was pregnant. This event built up rage and he later developed Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). His first victim was the man who had “accidentally” gave his wife the miscarriage. Even though that was not his intention he was still a criminal and harmed others in the process of escaping.
In Saw 3, Jigsaw had a medical condition associating with psychology. He developed a brain tumor on the frontal lobe which it had affected his reasoning and logical thinking skills. That is why he needed assistance with his games because he wouldn’t be able to make the best decisions. Later the tumor impaired his ability to move so he had little to no mobility to capture his victims. Also, it affected his breathing so he was always hooked up to a machine to help him

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