Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind

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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind provides a good example of the possibility of presenting philosophical concepts in a fictional feature film. Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind is science fiction based romantic and comedy film written by Charlie Kaufman and is directed by Michel Gondry. The film is based on romance and mainly the scientific aspect to explore and flourish the nature of the human memory. The film was presented to the viewers in March 2004. The film is made closer to originality, something like troubling memories forgotten by the mind of the person but still it is some where in memory. Sometimes we are concentrated on everlasting thoughts in our minds when we are alone and making assumptions about matter, the film is based on such phenomenon and is a great piece of art.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is a movie primarily about two lovers namely Joel Barish and Clementine Kruczynski. Joel, wakes up on Valentine’s Day, skips work, takes a train to Montauk, and meets Clementine. In this film Joel, a soloist meets a girl namely clementine who needs carefulness and love but their relationship ended when Joel came to know that she had erased him from her memory. Joel became sad after being aware of the situation, he was desperate and finally came to a logical solution to forget her and then he removed her from his mind as well. Joel and Clementine incidentally met again in a train and immediately drawn to each…
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