The wizard was a man who wrongfully concludes shallow as portrayed, a shadow of a psychiatrist who he the doctor sympathizes with in a way wrongful, makes the silly & unjustified excuse that the evil wizard found himself in a very difficult place. Justifying the evil wizard man who Dorothy a victim thrust by others into that position and not by any choice of Dorothy herself, the young child-like young adult points this out to the grown, and supposed mature adult doctor. But the doctor who sees less than the young mentally ill institutionalized teenager tries to sell her a fallacy. The theme of the psychological critique, ‘Nobodies perfect ~ One has no brain, the other one had no heart.’ But lumping two very different concepts, one that of an innocent girl and the other from a man of a black-heart of clear & evil intent of a long-term planned crime as opposed to a more spontaneous sin. “I don’t think you’d find her livin’ on the family farm” advises a elder southern gentleman whose strange fondness and adoration for the young Dorothy astonishes her two male protectors. “I had no idea her life was so difficult,” her protectors tell the gentleman on the passenger bus. He states though, “No, I’ve never been to Oz~Where I’ve been is to the library-The story ends where Dorothy & her little dog Toto run to Kansas City, MO.,” as he explains to her protectors. “A book is re-written every time it’s read.” The life of the story comes alive again. The dark & masked marauder, a protagonist whose clear and directed strong intent and careful blueprint devise of darkest evil every waking and sleeping hour, the wizard laid upon his bed every night late always masterminding every wicked scheme and every which way he already through years of cunning practice and murderous exercise knew exactly how to bring harm. He continued likely because he always failed to satisfy himself with enough blood, guts & gore the normal everyday practice of his lifelong evil. That and of course albeit and although time and time again he failed at trying to kill Dorothy, as she expounded to the doctor time after sometime (Credits: Cyndi Lauper song). This also made him more obvious than regular human life goings on themselves, as despendable accessory to the other murder. Still, his rather outright and abusive ongoing murder plot against the poor little farm girl, Dorothy, one of few who had witnessed, and knew and experienced the true daily personal character of the wizard, the motif of the film critique opposed the more gentle and innocent Moses or Abraham image the conned doctor offered as an excuse on the face of everything else already as she (Dorothy) had already clearly pointed out, & that as well as the endemic rotten evil of the whole situation in a maze of a labyrinth of cruel evil entirely. A man, a wizard so cunning, evil, plotting and undeserving of justification by vague excuse, that the whole plot of the film based on the motif examination of the condition of one heart. Money makes the world go round. At the same time that Dorothy goes to doctor to talk about her considerable insane and entire world of her reality and separated by her world of imagination, a fragmentation done by that very evil wizard himself ~ Those same exasperate moments which really do seem able to trouble doctor more, make elder school master Mrs. Murphy even more upset by this time at the abusive ways which he (doctor) falsely accused poor Dorothy of. But making up her story that led to the schizophrenia was not one of them. Little Elizabeth who believes herself Dorothy, points out the problem of the Winkies who refuse to think for themselves enough to see that what Dorothy tells them only a tip of the iceberg of a more sinister truth behind and about the evil she really experienced than what most even seemed to begin to know. And that just because her enemies tried to move in a a whole rotting mountain of red tricky herring, Dorothy is still as always the same sweet, kind and innocent albeit naive farm girl she always was. Only adding to the further trauma of her stalking enemies does not mean the bold-faced truth of her story any less worthy. Although to expose the real and very true criminal and clear acts of crime and evil behind-the-scenes, all of this needs to be both addressed and then cleaned-up quickly by the proper and conscientious authorities. Thus, the whole plot of this film for children about a girl deemed schizophrenic and whose dear dog Toto only a present prisoner of an animal shelter ~ The definition for schizophrenia and for this case in point, although may come during a variety of reasons, this one specifically brought on by a harsh and long term trauma, separation from one’s families, and being bullied or abused all increased a psychosis formed for this specific purpose, such as by or similar to the type of damage a religious cult inflicts, according to “THE ABANDONED ILLNESS”. Schizophrenia Commission. Nov 2012. p. 10. Retrieved 19 April 2014. (Wikipedia Encyclopedia) 34. Tin Man and his best friend, a Straw Man seek to get to the bottom of why Dorothy mysteriously lost her mind and found herself the captive of an asylum and mental health doctors, whose possible wizard protecting female accomplices drove her, Dorothy into this vicious cult-endemic cyclical madness on purpose as an ends to a mean as they, the wicked head antagonists Dorothy keeps trying to find ways to tell those she suspects she may trust to help her find protection from, about. Fortunately, despite they had taken many others down, the plot core dictates that the evil troupe never see the light of day to accomplish the threat of ending Dorothy’s life. Then, as if enough vindication for Dorothy is not enough, the two male best friends who she confides in the most out of lack for any others she knows trustworthy for the information, and adores vehemently as best friend style buddies, step out to seek to help Dorothy find a safe way to safety far enough away from the cult group and the seekings and assaults on her privacy through a system of crazed and unwise stalking they already exposed by even as early as the fifth scene of the plot.Therefore, the use of the comparison of to the film for the exclusive purpose of to identify the varied time frames of mag shots and the conflict of a proficient lack of evidence presented by the other characters of the imaginings of Dorothy conjured, this present method of urban film critique proves that the fantasial world of the girl whose partial reality vastly reveals that the very evil and real stark facts about her evil pursuers still exists as and yet that portion of her true story luckily still to this very day remembered at the begin point of the memory of her first schizophrenic split. Evil people who do evil things so harsh that driving the victim mad the only final recourse to shut her up after a mysterious and unexplainable spirit prevents every attempt on her life they wish to end, such often seek a latter avenue to hush the child, by trying to next falsely insinuate all of her tales as fiction. “Do you understand that we sometimes create stories to help us explain the world we live in?” Inquires the evil male doctor, asking about the parts that only he thinks do not make sense. Such a statement alone faced with interpretation, simply means one advance yet to be explored. “Everything I’ve told you is true,” states Dorothy (as Elizabeth). And although mentally ill, the young girl sees enough to know that who did the evil also drove her insane. The only problem for her perpetrator protagonists is that, the memories of what they did to drive her mad, are still intact now.