When you've spent the better part of your life watching just about every movie you've had the opportunity to watch, your mind gets plenty filled with odd movie facts and/or movie plots. Some you have a good recollection of, like the funny lines from Pulp Fiction
I'm currently suffering, however, from the oddest sense of deja vu watching Before Sunrise
. For some reason I remember watching the scene where Ethan Hawke describes seeing his grandmother behind the rainbow of the spray hose, as well as a general inkling of the listening booth scene, but honestly, I don't really recall ever seeing this movie before.
Of course, I couldn't describe the plots/characters/settings of Damage
, All the Mornings in the World
, or Romeo is Bleeding
, and I've definitely seen those. I hate it when movies slip through the cracks.
Maybe I'm just getting old...