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Jesse Beatson over 3 years ago
Soft spot for this as it sparked some of my earliest philosophizing
Damian Campo almost 4 years ago
A must see if you like philosophical films. Dialogues are very deep. Worth watching twice
Luispah almost 4 years ago
A great philosophical movie, beautifully animated. But don´t watch it if you are tired.
Anthony Kozlowski over 4 years ago
A genius collage of philosophy. Inception wishes it were this good
Mario Schievenini 5 years ago
Must watch. Full of deep deep psychology. It's amazing.
Green Wizard over 5 years ago
stop reading coments and watch it already!
Jeremy Winston over 5 years ago
This movie makes you think. VERY interesting philosophically.
Robyn Hamilton almost 6 years ago
Interesting and different animation but all too waffley at points.
Elizabeth Lynn 6 years ago
A questioning of life. Not deep, but what's important is the question. And it's gorgeous
Aulis Puri 6 years ago
Nuno Santos over 6 years ago
Good movie. Strong points of view over reality and dream
Goncalo Rodrigues over 6 years ago
Amazing points about death and dreaming, makes you wonder
Natasha Marchev over 6 years ago
I saw this movie-cartoon in 2002; want to see it again. Life purpose, free will and more
Simon 7 years ago
describing this film in words doesn't do it justice
Gabriel Becker 10 months ago
Türkü 1 year ago
Will over 1 year ago
Annalisa Schettino almost 2 years ago
Waking Life is an American animated film (rotoscoped based on live action), directed by Richard Linklater and released in 2001. The entire film was shot using digital video and then a team of artists using computers drew stylized lines and colors over each frame. The film focuses on the nature of dreams, consciousness, and existentialism. The title is a reference to philosopher George Santayana's maxim: "Sanity is a madness put to good uses; waking life is a dream controlled." Waking Life is about an unnamed young man in a persistent dream-like state that eventually progresses to lucidity. He initially observes and later participates in philosophical discussions of issues such as reality, free will, the relationship of the subject with others, and the meaning of life. Along the way the film touches on other topics including existentialism, situationist politics, posthumanity, the film theory of André Bazin, and lucid dreaming itself. By the end, the protagonist feels trapped by his...
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