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on 1 Jan, 1970

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from Empire (UK) / by Nick de Semlyen

Marion Cotillard

“I’m in a hotel room with a very close girlfriend of mine, except now she’s a famous actress and has all these people around her. We’re arguing about things, how close we used to be, then she starts crying and I take her in my arms. I say, ‘Don’t be sad — we had an amazing time.’ Then, suddenly, we’re in bed together, but we’ve turned into men. I’m Thomas Magnum and she’s Mike Hammer, but we’re really fat and hairy and have moustaches. Then we run through a jungle, jump off a cliff and get freeze-framed in the air, as a title card in big red letters flashes up. I woke up and couldn’t stop laughing.”

Dr. Bulkeley Says: “This dream is very bizarre and ridiculous, yet it has interesting patterns, too. We would really need her personal associations about these famous fictional detectives, even though their hyper-masculine personalities are clear. At a minimum, these strange metamorphoses suggest new stages and unexpected developments in her relationship with this friend.”






 

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