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Old 05-01-2017, 05:54 AM   #1
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Probably many people do not peer into the dreams, not thinking about the absurd and the chaos that draws us to disparate events. But can we be sure that dreams don't peer at us? What is sleep? It's a part of wakefulness. What is wakefulness? It's a part of sleep. There are people who give an interpretation to the world of wakefulness. This is observing minds who trying to catch the shadows of the hidden. There are also those who watch the world of dreams, these people are a little noticeable.

But what is a dream?

Can we trace the line of the sleep intervention in wakefulness? What are the consequences?

Whether Sleep is a brother of Death?

The description below refers to my work. The story is presented in the form of a screenplay. More details that reveal some of the ideas live on my blog. The Ideas are waiting for a response, welcome!

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Paris, the beginning of the twentieth century. A curious researcher hears the words of Vincent MacDonald, whose shadow in the history created the space for many hoaxes and speculations. The researcher asks the remarkable character about past events that led him to the interpretation of dreams, his heavy burden. Vincent conducts the line of events, which clearly and calmly recalls the beginning of his mystical journeys when he was still a banker, and his charming Eliza was alive. Her strange death causes him to quit banking and seek answers from questionable characters that come to him in a dream.

After a long search, Vincent falls into a deep sleep. A dream gives him a meeting with a special old man who says that he invaded the sleep illegally and asks for help. The old man promises a secret of penetration into the dream of another person and obligations to give something in return.
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