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  • I found that I had to rewind a few times, not only to find out what was really going on, but also to capture all the special nuances that made the film so spectacular visually
  • If you don't like to think or use your imagination while watching movies, this film is definitely NOT for you

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      The Science of Sleep, starring Gael Garcia Bernal (of “Y Tu Mama Tambien”) is a very strange film directed by Michel Gondry (who also directed “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”). The film follows a young man who happens

      to fancy his neightbor Stephanie.

      The beauty of this film is that the protagonist exists in a world where dreamlife and waking life collide. Some of the wonderful nuances of this film include the details that show the audience that ...


      • Stephane (Bernal) is in the groggy state between the two conditions. The movie can be a little discombobulated if you’re not really paying attention. I found that I had to rewind a few times, not only to find
        out what was really going on, but also to capture all the special nuances that made the film so spectacular visually. If you don’t like to think or use your imagination while watching movies, this film is definitely NOT for you.



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