When viewing Brokedown Palace as a poitical allegory, Andor represents the petit-bourgeois, the middle-class. Weak-willed, flighty, incompetent and unhappy, but driven by good intentions, he seeks desperately for something to put his faith in. His attempt at flower-growing might be seen as a metaphor for mercantile investment, and when this fails, he turns to the Goddess, which is of course that opium of the masses, religion.

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