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Dreams are extremely important. You can’t do it unless you imagine it.

little princess! god i love this book and the movie is so dear to me...there is so much inspiration here...

My favorite movie as a child-> A Little Princess - production design bob welch, art director tom duffield, set decorator A cheryl carasik (the team that brought you bettlejuice, edward scissorhands, and men in black.

Akira Kurosawa: Dreams

Taken from Akira Kurosawa’s Dreams, 1990 Matte painting by Mark Sullivan

Days of Heaven (1978) directed by Terrence Malick.

Love the inclusion of wide and close up shots in establishing location. Use of plant life during early winter when everything is dying could be a cinematic theme.

William's Crystal Corner, A Selby Film.  I'm really happy that people that are this happy to be alive exist.

William's Crystal Corner, A Selby Film - hippie crystal guy, release your mind

Dreams (夢 Yume?, aka Akira Kurosawa's Dreams, I Saw a Dream Like This, or Such Dreams I Have Dreamed) is a 1990 magical realism film based on actual dreams of the film's director, Akira Kurosawa at different stages of his life. The film is more imagery than dialogue. The alternative titles ("I Saw a Dream Like This") are a translation of the opening line of Ten Nights of Dreams, by Natsume Sōseki, which begins: Konna yume wo mita (こんな夢を見た?).

This film is by the great Akira Kurosawa. A master of the medium, he captured the imagery of his actual dreams - dreams that often seem like a lived experience - magical realism.