The Space Between Us & Accidentally Uppercutting A Female Classmate

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The Space Between Us (film)

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I think that this dream from last night was partly inspired by a Swoozie (Adande Thorne) YouTube video called Interviewing THE SPACE BETWEEN US Director that I watched yesterday:

All that I can remember of this dream from last night is that it involved the film The Space Between Us, and I was inside a mostly dark school that was only dimly lit in some places.