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On ITU hallucinations: ‘Even though part of your brain thinks ‘that can’t be real’, to you, you’ve lived it.’

 

 

‘We spend our lives inventing stories, but story actually doesn’t exist. We exist and our apprehension of a story is how we explain the meanderings that we take. There’s no such thing as the empirical story, it’s just what happens to people.’

Bill Forsyth, in The Story of Film: An Odyssey, by Mark Cousins

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