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oh i missed this somehow probably bc u tagged me with the wrong name

but THANK U. i havent seen this yet!!

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You're welcome. I'm glad you saw this (and I'm glad I found that old Bresson interview for me to bump this up to give you the possibility of seeing this)

Is "Sophiemate" a new username? I've seen Sophie and Sophievirus.

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i have 3 accounts which i use regularly, this one which is linked with my last imdb account, Sophievirus (which had only Sophie as user name at first) and another one i use mostly exclusively for film related posts and reviews…. i'm not sure if u remember it. i'm not gonna say which one that is bc i want to stay incognito with it, but i was on that account when we talked about ur acid trip the other day, that was me too. :)

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Oh ok.. I do remember that night well, despite tripping again last Sunday :)

"I am not _______"

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haha yes that's me.

oooh and nice!! hope u had a great time again. and yeah i still miss tripping. :))

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I did. It was fun! That first time, I tripped for 20 fucking hours, which is 3x as long as all my other LSD/Shroom trips.

It was the best fun I had in years. My chatting experience was really fun, despite never doing that before. I always have to have music, but I was always outside in the past, at least for the first few hours.

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what i find so great, at least at this stage, is that every acid trip is different, so u never really know what u can expect. also in terms of duration and what will happen, what are u gonna do, what will u feel and think. that's why i love acid so much, it never gets boring and u always have the best possible outcome from a trip. it changes ur personality and emotionality in the long run, and i would say always for the better. if u don't lose the respect for the drug and don't start abusing it.

i need a good trip so much i think, but i'm too shaky emotionally and mentally at the moment and i don't feel "ready" for it at the moment, even tho i miss it.

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True. It's why I took it the second I had the opportunity to, because life has been really low. For me, it was always like a soul cleanse, and in a way, like hitting restart on a bad computer. It won't ever be as good as it once was, but still better.

15 years ago, I would take shrooms every single weekend, and it was always educational. Even when "sober" we have bad "trips", but even during the first hour (it had been 8 years since my last trip, longest since first taking psychedelics) I was very "shaky". Not in panic, but was constantly trying to find something I was comfortable doing. I couldn't even write! I would go outside (since it was raining, meaning everyone else was INSIDE), and then go back inside.. I'd dance to the music a bit, and then look out my back door, and then try to lay down, and then trying to sit on my couch, play an instrument, but after a couple of hours, it was great..

The only downside is not getting any sleep. I didn't go to bed until 5am the first time and woke up at 7am. I guess I still had some energy and decided to cut the grass and clean up my living room.

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Lol yeah, and there's that what i try to avoid, too: tripping alone, bc u described it very well, i too often felt a little lost when i was alone, and usually subconsciously went to bed and fell asleep! LMAO what a waste, but it was me trying to do sth that is "safe" and so i decided to go to bed…

that's why i would avoid tripping alone and plan a trip with at least one other person bc we would guide each other through that trip and make the best out of it, together. it's usually my bf then and it always gets very upclose and intimate. we talk everything out on trips. we even cured a relationship crisis we were going thru when tripping on acid for 2 days and nights and the relationship has been better than ever ever since that one trip. oh yeah, and also, sex on acid is the ultimate fucking experience u could ever have. sex with my bf on acid feels like really truly melting together with him and become one. it's so so so wonderful, i don't really have words for it to describe it properly, but only thinking of that experience is just gonna make me cry right now. it's the fucking best.

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I actually love tripping alone. I have tripped a couple times with at least one other person but I noticed that I need to do things my way. playing the kind of music I want at that particular moment as well as the activity.

I actually fell asleep once on mushrooms and was tripping during my dreams. Actually I was tripping with this girl I was sleeping with and we both laughed ourselves to death. I felt like my soul was being tickled to death. But when I woke up I forgot I had taken mushrooms and was so lost. She was telling me I don't look good and she even offered to ride me to the hospital, but the minute I realized I was tripping I was fine. It was interesting because although we had gone to the same school, she graduated 11 years before me but had never taken them before. I guess they must have loosened her up because when I mentioned how I should check my mail, she went out completely topless to go retrieve my mail despite my female neighbor next door. Lol

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drugs are awesome.

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Lol have fun!!





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Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures.

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Vittorio D - 10/10
I just saw a perfect example of how a documentary should be… And it's a documentary on my very favorite director - Vittorio De Sica. I was watching this with pride as if I were his son. I've searched for one in the past, but somehow I ran into this while browsing Amazon Prime, which I know many have, and should check out. I never heard De Sica speaking English, so there are limitations on knowing everything you can about the man, but his movies speak on his poetic yet realistic humanity…. I liked how it divided into segment… You had "The Director", "The Actor", "The Man", "The Gambler", "The Father", etc.

You don't see any young "flavor of the month" directors or actors, not because they don't know him, but because whoever produced it made sure he got the best of the best..

Featured in this documentary
-Clint Eastwood
-Woody Allen
-Sophia Loren
-Federic Fellini
-Ken Loach
-Mike Leigh
-Shirley MacLaine
-Ettore Scola (great Italian director)
-Mario Monicello
-Paul Mazursky (who told De Sica that he was stealing "Umberto D" to make (my favorite movie), "Harry and Tonto"
-Dino DeLaurentis (great producer)
and many others, including his friends.

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"The Road To Bresson" (I see its online, just not sure if I can include the link).. If you type it on Google, it should come up.

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You've got some great ones here, Mort.

I'd add a couple that were produced for and shown on the PBS series, "American Masters": Sidney Lumet and Mike Nichols, though I'm not sure they are easy to find. Both are very much worth seeing, however, if you can find them.





Also this: Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché (2018). I saw it recently and even though I knew a lot about Alice Guy, the first female director and one of the first and most important film directors period, I found it revelatory.

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