In Dreams

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Debates

  • Is Dreaming Reality?

    As for dreams, sometimes they feel more real than the reality we know. However, I would have to say dreams are a fake reality. Considering my own dreams, they tend to be a warped state of my waking reality.

  • dream nter pretation

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Opinions

  • Are dreams a valid reality?

    Dreams Can Be Valid Reality Dreams can be a valid reality if the dream tends to soothe an aspect of a person's real life with it. For argument sake I will say the opposite of reality is fantasy and life is reality and dreams are fantasy. If we take a fantasy and bring them into reality then yes dreams are a valid reality.

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  • miscellaneous

    Can people who have blindness see their dreams???http://www.debate.org/forums/miscellaneous/Post this in the damn miscellaneous forum...: At 1/21/2014 8:39:36 AM, JesseR wrote: : Can people who have blindness see their dreams??? The brains of the blind won't know the difference between being awake and asleep so it'll forget to have dreams and therefore, blind people don't have any dreams.

  • Dreams

    The dreams I've been having are scary because I'm afraid of falling and I cant control where i'm going so this might really freak me out, but this sounds really cool.No, but I do have a lot of dreams that share common themes, usually involving me travelling somewhere.: At 9/17/2012 2:54:49 PM, InsertNameHere wrote: : No, but I do have a lot of dreams that share common themes, usually involving me travelling somewhere. Several times I've had dreams that have a similar theme or share a common element, but I've never had the same dreams. your dreams sound much better then mine!: WOW i have never thought about controlling my dreams, what are some of the books you read?

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q:
    Who composed the music for the motion picture In Dreams?
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    Elliot Goldenthal and Elizabeth Fraser composed the music for the soundtrack.
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    Who played the production role for "In Dreams"?
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    DreamWorks produced the film.
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    Who directed the film "In Dreams"?
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    Neil Jordan was the director of the film.
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    Who wrote the movie In Dreams?
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    Bruce Robinson performed the movie's screenwriting.
  • Q:
    What is the runtime of the film "In Dreams"?
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    The total time for the film is 98 minutes.
  • Q:
    Which actors were the stars of the motion picture, "In Dreams"?
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    Aidan Quinn, Katie Sagona, Robert Downey Jr., Annette Bening and Paul Guilfoyle played leading roles in the film.
  • Q:
    When was the premier of the movie "In Dreams"?
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    The film was released in January, 1999.
  • Q:
    Who distributed the film, "In Dreams"?
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    DreamWorks distributed the movie.
  • Q:
    What was the tagline from the film, In Dreams?
  • A:
    The film's slogan was, "You don't have to sleep to dream."

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