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From Dave Grant
Website: http://www.greatestblogeverwritten.blogspot.com/
The trailer is a bit ambiguous but my best guess, and I'm just spit-ballin' here, is that in the 1500's Weiss develop's some manner of illness and Jackman (her lover) sets out to find the cure via the Tree/Fountain (of youth?). Perhaps unsuccessful, he turns to science at the turn of the millenium...then finds it in the 2500's.....

...The trailer doesn't reveal a lot so I could be way off...which is good. I don't really have any desire to go see a movie I can predict simply through watching the trailer.
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From Sean Stubblefield
as far as i can tell, the movie concerns a man and a woman, who are reincarnated, at 3 historical points in their mutual life and how their two lives/souls are spiritually/ cosmically connected, and the soul is eternal/ immortal. gnostic/buddhist themes about life & death and how the soul moves between them.
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From Curtis M Sawyer
Website: http://ussexcalibur.blogspot.com
Next time, just remember that you don't suck and it's going to be alright and you're insane "in a good way."

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From Sean Stubblefield
Website: http://www.geocities.com/exastra/home.htm
fans tend to have an exaggerated sense of importance about what they are fanatical for-- even J.Sto fans (the initials JMS brings to mind Joe Michael Straczynski, so i say J.Sto).
but i get the sense that support for TSL is more about the project-- the power and potential of the idea-- than it is mere adoration for Jess. which is a good thing.

and because i also prefer a trailer that doesn't spoil everything: "I think we live in an age where there is too much information about the process of making a film out there too early," says director Christopher Nolan, who aims to keep an shroud of secrecy over 'The Dark Knight'. "When you are constructing a film it is a little like a magician creating a trick. Everything must be finished and ready to present to the audience before they see anything. Nobody takes novelists to task for not reading out chapters of their books in advance. It's a visual medium. You are spoiling the experience by showing too much too soon."
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From Curtis M Sawyer
Website: http://ussexcalibur.blogspot.com
Oh, sure...change the post after I've commented so now I look like an idiot because my comment makes no sense against the revised post!

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Official Comment From Jessica
Haha--Some things are fleeting. smile

There is no right or wrong answer in regards to the question I posed about The Fountain, by the way.

From James Cooper
Website: http://www.visiblewear.com/
My movie watching has slacked tremendously. I used to frequent the local $3 theater for all the just-out-of-regular-run movies on the cheap but even they haven't had my business for a long time. I missed out on Fearless last week and I'll likely miss out on Little Miss Sunshine and The Illusionist this week.

Sounds like I won't feel so bad about missing The Curse of the Golden Flower when it hits there but I am poised to be disappointed with missing The Fountain...
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