Directed by: Grant Heslov
Produced by: Paul Lister; George Clooney; Grant Heslov
Screenplay by: Peter Straughan
Based on The Men Who Stare at Goats by Jon Ronson
Starring: George Clooney; Jeff Bridges; Ewan McGregor; Kevin Spacey
Music by: Rolfe Kent
Cinematography: Robert Elswit
Edited by: Tatiana S. Riegel
Running time: 94 minutes
Seeran Review: ‘More of this is true than you would believe’. Ghost of the dinosaur! ‘You have everything you want’. Suddenly he loses everything and says ‘I went to war’ as he was unhappy. Reminded of Osho who said ‘If people are happy, if people are enjoying nobody can drag them into a war. War is not a simple phenomenon it is very complex. People have to be miserable, people have to be in suffering, people have to be sexually repressed, people have to be in every possible way humiliated by poverty, by hunger only then you can manage and convince them to destroy each other because they have nothing to live for ’.
As the face is hidden behind the newspaper, I knew it is going to be him. Voice confirmed it. Super soldier, last heard in The Incredible Hulk (2008) from Tony stark. Billa(2007) counting scene had been copied? ‘You are looking into one’. Observation and reality. As the soldier see into the clouds reminded of the sequence when Prince Andrew looks into the clouds in ‘War and peace’ by Leo Tolstoy. ‘We were a force of peace not for war’. ‘We can’t afford to leave the Russians lead in the field of paranormal; ‘be all you can be’.
Your life is like a river and if you are aiming for a goal that isn’t your destiny you are always going to be swimming in the current. Young Gandhi (I suppose I heard it right) must to be a stock car driver that not goanna happen little Anne frank must be high school teacher tough teddy’. The third eye. ‘I was fighting with your mind’, என்னடா இது பூவெல்லாம் மிதிக்கிறீங்க? ‘Then into the garden a serpent did come’. Petrol bunk – how idiotic the fight begins! ‘There are kidnappers in America.’
We have been testing atomic weapons on them (goats). Belief something to give meaning to my life. ‘You are the mission Bob, tell them what happened. Tell everybody what happened. It’s your job now.’ I understood till now, but can anybody tell me what the final scene of him running into the wall symbolises?