A College Break & Being Late For Class

I went to sleep on the living room couch waking up and going back to sleep from most of my dreams without recording them except for one dream, I then got in bed and I had more dreams, but I think that I must have had a dream where I recorded my dreams thinking that it was the real world.

I woke up with some memory of me recording some dreams several times, the fragments of the dreams kept popping up in my mind each time that I woke up and I went back to sleep before that, but later I realized that I had not recorded them; and so those dreams are lost now, but I know that I had formatted them in a certain order when recording them in those dreams.


Frank Herbert’s Dune

Dune (2000)
Titles: Dune
Languages: English
Dune (2000)
William Hurt, Ian McNeice, and Alec Newman in Dune (2000)

What Is It?

The 2000 Sci-Fi Channel three-part science fiction TV miniseries Frank Herbert’s Dune.

Frank Herbert’s Dune Trailer
Dune (2000) Miniseries Trailer

What Is It About?

This is how Metacritic describes this TV miniseries:

Starring: Ian McNeiceWilliam HurtJulie CoxBarbora KodetováP. H. MoriarityGiancarlo GianniniMatt KeeslarJan VlasákRobert Russell (III)Alec NewmanSaskia ReevesUwe OchsenknechtJames WatsonLászló Kish

Summary: This SciFi miniseries is an adaptation by John Harrison of Frank Herbert’s first novel set in the Dune universe.

Frank Herbert’s written six novels: Dune, Dune Messiah, Children of Dune, God Emperor of Dune, Heretics of Dune and Chapterhouse Dune.

This miniseries focuses on the first novel and was followed by a second miniseries (Children of Dune) focusing on the second and third novel.

In this miniseries, a young man, Paul Atreides, moves with his family to a new planet known as Arrakis.

Paul, his family, and a number of political entities become embroiled in a confrontation that will change the course of humanity.

Genre(s): Drama, Science Fiction