> Infinite possibilities.

Infinite possibilities.

Posted on Monday, April 13, 2009 | No Comments

I was not in class last week so I didn't get to watch the movie, but I managed to find it online and started watching it. I have only watched the first thirty minutes so far, but it is already extremely interesting. Some of the things that were brought up are things that I've thought or wondered about. Things have been a little hectic at home with my family and I am a little behind on the homework, but I plan on writing an in-depth blog about this movie after I finish watching it as well as completing the previous week's "client exercise" assignment (it's not about the points, right?) .



EDIT:

I finished watching the movie and I am glad I did. A lot of other people from class didn't seem too thrilled with it and thought it was just a bunch of bullshit, but I think the messages from the movie are pretty important. I thought it was pretty interesting when they started talking about how people could be "addicted" to the chemicals released by their hypothalamus, especially when they depicted the two sex fiends, the lady who wanted to exert control over everyone, and the girl who wanted people to feel sorry for her because she got wine spilled on her dress. I'm pretty sure we all know or have known people that act the same way. After considering this possibility, I've tried to just be happy every day because, well, I like being happy. That's not to say I'm pissed off or mad or sad every day, but honestly I have a pretty neutral attitude every day. I don't really feel or show a lot of emotion most days. When I was in high school, I used to be addicted to laughter and making people laugh because it made me feel good. I'd like to be that way again, at least in some regard, but these days you have to be careful what you say to people because it seems like everyone will take offense to something and make every effort to correct you or shove their beliefs down your throat; basically, it seems like it's more trouble than it's worth.

Anyway, thank you Beth for introducing me to this movie. Hopefully it will have a lasting, positive effect on me and my creative efforts.

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