[ExI] Favorite ~H+ Movies

Anna Taylor femmechakra at yahoo.ca
Sat Jun 23 02:19:18 UTC 2007

I still have that movie on video:)

I agree, I think that's a great way to interpret the
use of new drugs to help regulate some of the ongoing
situations that all of humanity has to deal with and
why research is so important. Robin Williams is
fantastic!  It's that caring attitude about his strive
to help people that I believe makes the movie so

Thanks Natasha, I wouldn't have recalled that if you
hadn't of mentioned it.  



--- "nvitamore at austin.rr.com"
<nvitamore at austin.rr.com> wrote:

> From: A B austriaaugust at yahoo.com
> >For my contribution, I recommend:
> >* Original Director's Cut of "Bladerunner".
> Good choice.  One of my favorite films is terribly
> sad but its reach is
> transhuamist  "Awakenings"  (Dir. Miller, 1990)
> synopsis: "A new doctor finds himself with a ward
> full of comatose
> patients. He is disturbed by them and the fact that
> they have been comatose
> for decades with no hope of any cure. When he finds
> a possible chemical
> cure he gets permission to try it on one of them.
> When the first patient
> awakes, he is now an adult having gone into a coma
> in his early teens. The
> film then delights in the new awareness of the
> patients and then on the
> reactions of their relatives to the changes in the
> newly awakened."
> Natasha
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