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人物关系Lost剧中角色之间的疏密程度。这个概念指地球上两个熟人之间的社交距离亲密度。平均指数是6,这个已经衍生出许多人类相互作用的理论,包括一个流行文化的游戏"《Kevin Bacon的六度》"。如果不是所有的角色之间都有1度或2度的疏远值。在一架喷气飞机里乘客之间发生的可能性是巨大的。本剧中角色之间的亲密度占有剧情秘密的很大一部分。

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在澳大利亚机场角色间的联系

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第二季中角色的联系

接下来角色之间的联系发生于一些宾馆,机场和飞机上。这个列表由联系发现的先后顺序排列。

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图表 编辑

以下是一个总结如上闪回关系的图示,包括主要角色;为了节省空间,细节被省略了。(点击浏览更多关系)。以下关系包括直接和非直接的(通过多种闪回角色地域图示表现)。一个非直接关系的例子:Desmond -> Kelvin Inman -> Sam Austen -> Kate

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Character Ana Lucia Bernard
& Rose
Boone
& Shannon
Charlie Claire &
Aaron
Desmond Eko Hurley Jack Jin & Sun Kate Libby Locke Michael
& Walt
Sawyer Sayid

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Character Ana Lucia Bernard
& Rose
Boone
& Shannon
Charlie Claire &
Aaron
Desmond Eko Hurley Jack Jin & Sun Kate Libby Locke Michael
& Walt
Sawyer Sayid

直接关系编辑

宾馆,机场和飞机上的相遇或者目击 编辑

以下关系发生在飞机起飞之前或是途中,不属于“显著”关系。

第一季 编辑

第二季 编辑

第三季 编辑

Six Degrees to Kevin Bacon编辑

The Game Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon is based on a similar idea, that every working actor can be connected to Kevin Bacon to within six degrees, by the other actors they've appeared in film with. Although unrelated to the character connections, it's interesting to note that every one of the cast members of Lost can be connected to Kevin Bacon by either 2 or 3 degrees, although none of them have worked with him directly, as yet.

Storyteller connections编辑

Like the past and present connections between the castaways as well as other Island inhabitants and flashback characters, many of the people who create the stories and characters of Lost have also worked on other projects together in the past. Also, many of these people have also worked on some of the same projects, though they might not have appeared together or interacted in these projects, similar to how the lives of the castaways have sometimes nearly touched or indirectly influenced each other. Perhaps in some cases, the Lost producers did this knowingly or as Easter eggs, paralleling the interconnectedness of the storytellers and their ties to pop culture to the story itself. Many of these projects share themes, genres, references, actors, writers, producers, and directors with Lost. It's interesting to note how some of these connections parallel things on the show and also reflect the meta-narrative and post-modern qualities of it.

  • Many of the actors on Lost have appeared together in other television shows and movies. Sometimes their characters have interacted with each other, sometimes they appeared in the same episodes or films, other times they have appeared at different times in a show's run and sometimes they are characters whose storylines are related but who may not have interacted. Some shows (like most procedurals) often have characters that only appear for that show's mystery of the week, and many of the Losties have popped up on these shows. In Lost's case, some flashback of the week characters have strong connections to certain Lost characters, and have also appeared and are currently appearing together in other shows and films with other Lost actors. To a second degree, there are many actors who have appeared in different projects with many of the actors who have appeared on Lost, though they themselves have not appeared on the show (yet).
  • Many of the producers and writers on the show have also worked together in the past, and usually on many of the shows featuring Lost actors. Many of them have since gone on to other projects, most of which also have connections to Lost.

Actor connections 编辑

Many actors on the show have connections to some of the other actors in projects outside of Lost. Sometimes, their characters interacted directly with each other, though most hadn't appeared together before Lost started. There are also instances where their characters were in the same movie, series, or episode but did not share any scenes together. Some of these times there are indirect connections between the characters of those shows. In a way, it shows that people who play the characters on Lost have lives that are as connected to each other as their fictional alter egos, and may reflect an intent on the part of the show's creators to make these existing connections also tell the story. This is not to say that these connections are all the producers look at when casting, but the sheer number of them suggest that the producers of Lost are splicing in bits and pieces and ideas of other television and film works into its story, much as it has the numerous literary references, and some of the actors as well as the characters they play and the projects they are in closely parallel and inform the story of the show.

Also, it shows that people in real-life (the actors) have the same kinds of connections to each other that the characters in the story do (granted, they do all work in the Entertainment industry, but there are a handful of projects that seem to have an extremely high number of Losties). It also shows that the fictional characters an actor has interpreted may inform their story and character somehow, and that sometimes the relationships of characters that are paralleled, contrasted, or repeated in Lost lends new insight into them and the plot or offers up more evidence of the interrelatedness between Lost, pop culture, and real people. In this way, Lost takes on the nature of a meta-narrative, and blurs the line between the story, the storytellers, and the audience even more.

Direct connections编辑

OZ

  • Harold Perrineau and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje played Augustus Hill (40 episodes) and Simon Adebisi (27 epsiodes) respectively as regulars on HBO's prison drama. They shared many scenes together and both appeared in almost every single episode until their characters' deaths. Augustus Hill was also the narrator of OZ. It is interesting to note that Eko first appears after the Raft survivors come aground and is with Michael (even going off to look for him) until the Tailies reunite with the other castaways.
  • Zeljko Ivanek (Edmund Burke) was recurring in 25 episodes playing Governor James Devlin, a corrupt and sneaky politician. His storylines intersected with both Adebisi's and Augustus Hill's. Edmund Burke shares this sleaziness and wanting to take credit for others' successes with Governor Devlin (OZ creator/writer/producer Tom Fontana stated that "there is the devil in Devlin"). Ivanek has guest starred on many shows that have also featured Lost actors.
  • Augustus is in a wheelchair, like Locke before the crash, after being thrown off a building for killing a police officer. He is also a recovering drug addict, like Charlie.
  • Adebisi is similar to Mr. Eko in that they were African gangsters involved in the drug trade. In a way, Adebisi could be Eko if he had never become a priest.
  • One of the main characters and the on-and-off leader of the Muslims is named Kareem Said (pronounced exactly like "Sayid").
  • We see how the many characters came to OZ through flashbacks of the crime they were convicted for. These flashbacks sometimes appear a long time after we have been introduced to a character.
  • There are many "tribes" in the prison, usually based on ethnic background or religious beliefs, whose leaders often change. These men manipulate and ally themselves with others, though the allegiances and leaders tend to change constantly. This is similar to what has happened to Ben and the Others in Season 3, and has been happening to the castaways since Jack returned.
  • Many characters con each other to get what they want or to get someone else to do what they want.
  • "Oz" is a nickname for Australia.
  • "Oz", short for Oswald State Correctional Facility and later Oswald State Penitentiary, is also a refrence to "The Wizard of Oz", also alluded to on Lost. The experimental wing where most of the stories take place is refered to as "Emerald City".
  • Shares the themes of imprisonment, cons and deceptions, isolation, psychology, good and bad people, black and white, faith, revenge, coincidences, rivalries, secrets, fate and free will, parent issues, and character connections with Lost.

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