imagination: society food
Posted in the Entertainment Forum
#1 Dec 3, 2012
An ambitious young Aram emigrates to the USA and becomes an American citizen and attends prestigious college where he experiments with radical sociology.
A town man creates what seems to be an elaborate sex, drugs, and music labyrinth of winged fantasy horses, romance noir, etc.
These could be true stories or possible perceptions of circumstances which oddly enough, somehow have imaginatively mulitple possible outcomes. The Arab may have been for example, evolving to study anthropology. The town man may have been for example, creating an elaborate harmless, fresh, sardonic, allegorical poetic joke.
Do these imaginarium considerations reflect the social value of interpretive Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Labyrinth" (1986)?
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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