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From the director of Slacker and Dazed and Confused comes one of the most imaginative animated features ever made. This funny, ingenious film, which Rolling Stone Magazine calls "nothing short of amazing," explores the fascinating question: "Are we sleep-walking through our waking state or wake- walking through our dreams"? Join Wiley Wiggins as he searches for answers to lifes most important questions in a world that may or may not be reality in the "most visually alive movie of the year." (Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun Times)
- 'Greatest Hits' from the live action version
- Bob Sabiston's animation software tutorial
- Deleted live action scenes
- Selections for Linklater's 'audition tapes'
- Sundance Channel special
- Short films by Sabiston
- -"Snack and Drink"
- -"Willy Wiggins Test"
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The philosophical dialogue is secondary, for me, to the way this film looks. I mean, I like the script okay, and some of the voice acting is brilliant (the gun guys in the bar give some of the best voice work I've ever heard), but I never thought this movie was the Bible of Trippy Idea-Movies that some fans find it. But it's still plenty good enough not to break the spell cast by the stunning visuals.
I always liked this movie. But seeing it on a decent sized tv in high definition is a game changer. Now I love it, and expect I'll watch it a lot.
P.S. I guess the "voice work" in this movie isn't really voice work, strictly speaking, since this was filmed live and converted to animation. So, it's not voices recorded in a studio separately like in traditional animation. But anyway, the acting is good.