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(Jun 24, 2008)
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Beware of the strange things that lurk in dreams. In this avant-garde horror flick by hip, young director Higuchinsky (Uzumaki), a doctor is perplexed by a patient who is too terrified to go to sleep. Each night, his dreams grow longer and longer a situation that eventually takes a disturbing toll on the young man s body.
Overtaken by ambition, the doctor begins to believe that the secret to immortality can be found in the Long Dream. He experiments on the young man, then another patient . . . and then himself, hoping to be reunited in dreamland with his long-lost love.
Based on the manga Nagai Yume, LONG DREAM depicts a nightmarish descent into madness.
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Long Dream is a movie about a guy who has dreams that last many months and sometimes years in length, his body weakens and changes as his mind thinks all that time really passed. When the guy eventually decintrigrates little red crystals are found in his head, the doctor (having never dreamed and wanting to) thought the crystals were what was causing the guy to dream so he put them in himself and that's where it gets confusing...
I think what happened is the doctor is actually the patent having the dreams and what was always shown as the patient was actually the doctor...idk go rent it watch it and draw your own conclusions.
I give this movie a 3 out of 5 stars