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On Nabokov's Experiments with Fragmented Dream Time

Nabokov's work is a fascinating read for all the questions it raises—some of which the world's best minds have been tackling for centuries.

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Menace and Meh: Patrick McEown's 'Hair Shirt'

Patrick McEown excels at creating the rich imagery of nightmares and memory, but the waking relationships between the characters is tedious.

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Monster Dandelions and Weeping Demons

In the early 1990s, The Hollywood Reporter picked up on an emerging ‘trend’ of what it called cinema vert -- films about ‘green issues’. Kurosawa’s Dreams, though not financed by the American studio system, fits well in this cohort, albeit as the most formally distinct example of this miniature film movement.

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Evermore: Dreams

Evermore are a band of brothers, like Hanson or more appropriately, the Finn brothers from Crowded House. But their brand of dreamy pop music is distinctly their own.

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