Dream sequences can be amazing, as anyone who’s seen Alfred Hitchcock’s Spellbound can tell you. But most directors opt for quick and dirty dream scenes, which means audiences are treated to familiar sights whenever characters fall asleep in front of the camera.
That feeling of falling right before dozing off is a harmless involuntary muscle spasm called a hypnic jerk.
"Testament of Youth" director James Kent discusses how dreams and memories influenced his new film, starring Alicia Vikander and Kit Harington, and how the "Game of Thrones" star is "more than walking hair."
Often our dreams are grounded in reality, and can be directly linked to past experiences, future plans or the events of the day. But what about those dreams that morph into something entirely different and random, which seemingly have no...
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