Toby, played by Brutius Selby has a line "Life is nothing more than an illusion. It is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing" which is almost verbatim of a quote from Shakespeare - Macbeth: Act 5, Scene 5, Page 2. In Federico Fellini's segment of Spirits of the Dead (1968), character Toby Dammit has this line: "Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more. It is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury...", and is also almost verbatim from Shakespeare. See more »
We all have to grow up... eventually. My sister Claire, however, did not agree. She was a normal kid except somehow never stopped believing in magic and fairy tales and true love, which basically made her a magnet for creeps.
[fending off a boy]
Get off me!
Yeah, ouch. Luckily, we were super popular. Except not really. I was never what you'd call a sweet child, and Claire... Claire had problems.
[childhood Claire rips the head off of doll]
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Loved the film. The lead, not sure of her name, was charming as hell and the film was lush and visually amazing. The energy of the film moved fast and forward and made it fun to watch. I'm amazed they got the locations they did. The story inspired me to go out and live more and take some chances. It hot the romantic and adventurous nature in me. This is a date movie for sure. A perfect film to take your gal to and let the film take you on an adventure. Enjoy.
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