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The 1997 Japanese anime (animated) psychological thriller mystery movie Perfect Blue.
Here is how Wikipedia describes this anime movie:
Perfect Blue (Japanese: パーフェクトブルー, Hepburn: Pāfekuto Burū) is a 1997 Japanese animated psychological thriller film directed by Satoshi Kon. It is based on the novel Perfect Blue: Complete Metamorphosis (パーフェクトブルー：完全変態, Pāfekuto Burū: Kanzen Hentai) by Yoshikazu Takeuchi, with a screenplay written by Sadayuki Murai. Featuring the voices of Junko Iwao, Rica Matsumoto, Shiho Niiyama, Masaaki Okura, Shinpachi Tsuji and Emiko Furukawa, the plot follows a member of a Japanese idol group who retires from music to pursue an acting career. As she becomes a victim of stalking, gruesome murders begin to occur, and she starts to lose her grip on reality.
Like much of Kon’s later works, such as Paprika, the film deals with Kon’s longstanding theme of the blurring of the line between fantasy and reality.
Lazy notes of my dreams:
My former male classmate SS and I are in the Olympics, I competed in a long distance race on a track near as small shopping center, and some of my coworkers from The BP Library were in the crowd (I am not sure if some of them competed too or not).
My team & I won a gold medal without me realizing this until SS told me as we were walking away from the event.Continue reading
All that I can remember of this dream is that I was possibly at a college, at some point I was walking through a building where maybe a trial involving a crazy serial killer / spree killer / mass murderer case involving a man or young man with light-color skin was taking place, so I guess it was a courtroom at a college, which makes no sense, and as I walked through the building I guess the crazed murderer on trial somehow got a gun & a knife & he was holding someone hostage.
I walked out of the room as I heard him start attacking everyone, there was chaos & some people ran in my direction, and we ran to escape the building.Continue reading