In a dreamy world where everything is possible, four well-known directors ask themselves role does the dream scene in their movie play.
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Hitchcock was born to a poor Catholic family who believed that man was born in sin and therefore is guilty by nature ... At the age of five, as a punishment, his father sent him to the local police station, where he was locked up for five minutes...
By the age of 26, he had already started making films - and became known as the suspense film master. When he was 40, he moved to the United States and began working for the well-known producer Selznik.
In 1945, Hitchcock created Spellbound, including a special dream scene designed by surrealist artist Salvador Daly.
Ari Folman is a respected Israeli screenwriter and film director. He started his career as a documentary director and later achieved great success in his feature films. His best-known film is "Waltz with Bashir".
Ingmar Bergman, a theater and film director, was born in Sweden to a religious Lutheran family.
Bergman's films deal primarily with the human psyche and its internal conflicts. He was influenced by Freud's theory of psychoanalysis and his treatment methods.
David Lynch is an American director. His movie "Blue Velvet" became a cult movie.
His films are characterized by many surrealist elements and seem like a dream or a hallucination