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I had a dream the other night that I was in a cemetery trying to find my grandmother's grave...only I couldn't because too much snow was covering the ground.

All the while a film crew is following me recording my frusrtations of not finding her gravesite.

My question: Does this sound like a scene in a movie? It is driving me crazy that my dream may have been inspired by a film, but I can't think of what movie it would be...



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    Originally posted by krakken2000
    I had a dream the other night that I was in a cemetery trying to find my grandmother's grave...only I couldn't because too much snow was covering the ground.

    All the while a film crew is following me recording my frusrtations of not finding her gravesite.

    My question: Does this sound like a scene in a movie? It is driving me crazy that my dream may have been inspired by a film, but I can't think of what movie it would be...
The only scene that came to mind was Madonna's (probably highly staged) visit to her mother's grave during "Truth or Dare," though she didn't have a lot of trouble finding it.

EDIT: And of course, Julie Brown's visit to her character's dog's grave in "Medusa: Dare to be Truthful"

(edited by CRZ on 28.2.05 2005)


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Reminds me of the graveyard scene in Hellboy.



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Not 100% sure, but here's a good safety tip-- if you hear little girls singing a nursery rhyme, do whatever it takes to wake yourself up.




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Well, if it makes you feel any better, I had a weird chase-dream sequence where I somehow went from ice to pure beach ... where I was later attacked by giant homicidal ducks. The film part? Dan Fouts was doing color commentary.

As far as I know, this has NEVER been a movie of any kind.
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Somewhere, someone is saying, "Giant homicidal ducks? Brilliant!" and toasting with a couple bottles of Guiness. So, thanks a lot, TheCow.




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