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March 16, 2007

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Daniel

I haven't seen this movie yet, but I want to see it. It sounds similar to a story I wrote. Hmm maybe I should see it this weekend.

Daniel
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Nathan

i think the original Labyrinth with David Bowie is much better... oh, but i keed.

i think the brilliance of the film is that it doesn't state which world is a reflection of the other; and by running them parallell and giving them both equal weight and gravity there might be the suggestion that both worlds are a kind of dream which is experienced subjectively and objectively.

nice review.

Madwoman


Nathan,

Very good point and I know I don't do justice to that here. It's one of the reasons that I know I didn't quite "get" it the first time around...but I thought I'd at least try to explicate what stood out for me in a first viewing.

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