What does Alan Moore mean about the possible things we can learn about ourselves when interpreting art? It seems like he has something specific in mind, rather than just general and/or random things that you can learn about yourself (like, for example, that you enjoy the sight of roses simply from watching "V for Vendetta"). His quote is: "Artists use lies to tell the truth. Yes, I created a lie, but since you believed it, you found out something true about yourself." What could he possibly be referring to regarding things that you can learn about yourself through interpreting art? I've never really learned anything about myself through watching one of his movies, if that's what he even means...? Thanks...!