In this interview, recorded when he was a reflective 97 years old, Glenn Foy traces the trail of events leading from his boyhood in rural Kansas to the present day, wondering at the unlikeliness and meaning of each important turning point. We follow him through his early discovery of flying airplanes, to World War II pilot duty in the South Pacific, then a post war shift of career to engineering coupled with increasing interest in psychology and the work of C.G. Jung. Another turn led to a Ph.D. in psychology and to training as a Jungian Analyst at the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles, where he served as president in 1979-80. Those years also gave birth to an interest in stone sculpture. His enthusiasm and astonishment at the twists and turns of his life are infectious, and his reflections thought-provoking.
Interviewer: Deborah Wesley, Ph.D. – Direction and production: Bianca Daalder-van Iersel, MA, MFT – Executive producer: Christophe Le Mouël, PhD – Director of photography and sound: Jürgen Viktor Walther – DVD design: Larry Vigon.