Hello. I've been watching a great deal of movies lately in my free time. Two or three a day. I'm looking for a movie, a really deep, intellectually charged drama. Something, anything. I've tried every variation of google searching and the best I've been offered is A Clockwork Orange or movies like it.
People offer me a suggestion for a movie. Something incredibly deep but subtle, that doesn't beat it's message round the viewers face.
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Look dude, you probably dont want to her this, but you need to. If you are watching two to three movies a day, lets say each one is about two hours. Then that's four to six hours a day spent watching movies. The average person sleeps 10 hours a day, and that means there are eight left spent in the day. Let's say about an hour on meals combined and getting ready for the day/bed, then you'll only have six hours left in your day.
Taxi Driver (1976) Starring Robert De Niro
Also ignore my physiologist friend up there, we had a few too many sake bombs tonight.
The Lives of Others (Das Leben der Anderen)
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