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My question is, does the chemical make-up between two human mammals make up our personal involvement a moot point?
Of course, it's all chemical to start with. It's all just signals to communicate with these bodies we live in, but true love is incredible, all consuming.
No I totally agree with you, all consuming. BUt so is the lust, I mean is it possibly rooted in physiology rather then
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Written by Bob Dylan
Performed and Produced by Tim Hockenberry
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Rare independent film about the nature of love, is love and feelings all chemistry or are humans blessed with something special that no other animal has? Well produced and with an excellent cast this film is carries along softly and yet never boring. Everything feels real and interesting. The director is a born filmmaker, unfortunately I don't see any other films-to his credit. We should see more of this very talented cast in the future. Checkout Nicole Wilder as Machiko, you can't play cute and sensual any better than that. Hope to see more films from this director and cast. If you are tired of watching the same crap over and over again, get yourself some Dopamine.
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