I cannot imagine more than 3 dimensions, but scientists say there are 10. What could be occupying the dimension 10, I thought. A group of Supreme beings or perhaps one single humongous unisex creature? A creature that sits all day and does nothing but write a book or perhaps a bunch of them writing different chapters of the same book, The book of our Universe, a full abridged monstrous Epic about the life of a tiny segment of life form called human beings?
It is said that while great writers know how to take their story along, they believe in letting their Character lead their plot rather than themselves. So do these Creatures know the plot but want us to lead the plot? Does life as it exists happen as the way they write it? Is everything around us simply an imagination penned by these creatures? And since we exist in this imagination does everything look normal to us and we take it for granted?
A hard solid brown coloured tubular body with irregularities and draping of green coloured filmy shapes upon them and we just assume this piece of imagination as a Tree? A vast area of bouncy liquid and we call it the Sea? An Infinite area of blue shade and we call it the Sky? We have got so used to the things around, don’t we call all these strangely shaped props as our normal environment, while this strange work of imagination is nothing but fictional to the highly advanced creature in the Tenth Dimension?
Are we all just Fictional than Strange?
Picture from IGN Movies.
This was the thought that ran into my head when I finally got a chance and settled down to watch a brilliant movie Stranger than Fiction. A novel writer Karen Eiffel, who writes only tragedies writes about an IRS Tax man in her new book and strangely enough whatever she writes happens to this real life person Harold Crick. Harold leads the plot for the author and she pens her way into what happens next to him. Drama it is and one of the best I have seen. This is a must watch movie for all those who love fiction, imagination and Simple Drama as a result of that. I am sure you will enjoy it.
PS: This movie taught me about the phrase “Little did he know”, a third person reference of someone else when the third person knows what happens to the person than the person himself/herself.