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Inception (2010) – Christopher Nolan

Inception (2010) – Christopher Nolan Dominic Cobb is the foremost practitioner of the artistic science of extraction – inserting oneself into a subject’s dreams to obtain hidden information without the subject knowing – a concept taught to him by his professor father-in-law, Dr. Stephen Miles. Dom’s associates are Miles’ former students, who Dom requires as he himself has given up ...

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Matrix (1999)

Matrix (1999) An infamous hacker called Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) is cornered in an abandoned hotel by police. She easily overpowers and escapes from them. A group of sinister black-suited Agents with superhuman abilities lead the police in a rooftop pursuit after her. She escapes them. Later, when picking up a ringing phone in a telephone booth, she vanishes without a ...

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The Good Night (2007)

Jake Paltrow (father Bruce, mother Blythe Danner, sister Gwyneth) is another showbiz-royalty kid who thinks he’s a screenwriter and director, and, while I resent him for his overprivileged existence, I think he might be, too. His comedy The Good Night takes familiar (embarrassingly familiar) male-angst material and makes it go loop-de-loop, so that the jokes hit you from behind and ...

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Penelope Cruz: Open Your Eyes (1997)

Penelope Cruz: Open Your Eyes (1997) A young, handsome man wakes up to a female voice telling him to open his eyes. He drives to an empty city. He wakes up again, this time to a woman in his bed. He tells her not to leave messages on his alarm. From a prison cell in Madrid, the 25-year-old man, César ...

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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) Joel Barish (Jim Carrey) is an emotionally withdrawn man and Clementine Kruczynski (Kate Winslet) is his girlfriend who is a dysfunctional free spirit. They are inexplicably attracted to each other despite their different personalities. They do not realize it at the time, but they are former lovers now separated after two years together. ...

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ANAMNESIS – A Sci-Fi Web Series About Lucid Dreaming

ANAMNESIS – A Sci-Fi Web Series About Lucid Dreaming Social worker Catherine Black (Megan Gallagher) arrives moments too late to prevent a shooting in a school prayer group. Several days earlier, Black meets Emma Shetterly (Gwynyth Walsh), the school’s vice-principal. Shetterly explains that five students have claimed to be experiencing visions of Saint Mary; she believes the girls involved are ...

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Total Recall (2012)

Total Recall (2012) At the end of 21st Century, the Earth is divided into two territories the United Federation of Britain (UFB) and the Colony (formerly Australia) after chemical warfare devastates the remainder of the planet. Many residents of the Colony travel to the UFB to work in their factories via “the Fall”, a gravity elevator, which travels through the ...

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Source Code (2011)

Source Code (2011) A man (Jake Gyllenhaal) wakes up on a train sitting across from a woman named Christina Warren (Michelle Monaghan). The woman knows him by the name Sean Fentress, but he doesn’t seem to know her and appears uncertain of his own identity. After eight minutes, a bomb goes off on the train, and the man awakens to ...

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Paprika (Anime Movie)

Paprika (Anime Movie) In the near future, a revolutionary new psychotherapy treatment called dream therapy has been invented. A device called the “DC Mini” allows the user to view people’s dreams. The head of the team working on this treatment, Doctor Atsuko Chiba, begins using the machine illegally to help psychiatric patients outside the research facility, using her alter-ego “Paprika”, ...

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Walking Life Richard Linklater (2001)

Walking Life Richard Linklater (2001) Waking Life is about an unnamed[3] young man living an ethereal existence that lacks transitions between everyday events and that eventually progresses toward an existential crisis. For most of the film he observes quietly but later participates actively in philosophical discussions involving other characters—ranging from quirky scholars and artists to everyday restaurant-goers and friends—about such ...

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