this is probably the most eerie film I had ever seen. Just finished watching it now, and I totally reccomened it. the sequence of the movie is very informal and has  a strong sense of strangeness and can be sometimes a  bit frightening.

but i totally reccomemend everyone to watch it, it just something different and there’s a reason why it has a rating of 83% in rottentomatoes.

anywho, its basically about a new psychological treatment that allows a person to view and be part of someone elses dreams. the main character has an alter ego named, “Paprika” that goes into the dream and interact with the person that is dreaming. anyway, its really hard to distinguished between reality and dream as the story progress.

ok im off to bed, I have to do a group project tommorow at two :P

and wow i said the word.,”dream” too much in this post hm. :/

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Paprika (Satoshi Kon, 2006)


Lost in Translation (2003) dir. Sofia Coppola

I just feel so alone, even when I’m surrounded by other people.

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It is a restless moment. She has kept her head lowered… to give him a chance to come closer. But he could not, for lack of courage. She turns and walks away.

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Went to a beautiful park today, I didn’t know this place existed until today. What other hidden gems can be found ?

中島美嘉 – Seppun (47 plays)

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