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Waking Life

Release Date:
Oct 17, 2001
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Richard Linklater
Wiley Wiggins Main Character
Trevor Jack Brooks Young Boy Playing Paper Game
Lorelei Linklater Young Girl Playing Paper Game
Glover Gill Accordion Player
Lara Hicks Violin Player
Ames Asbell Viola Player
Leigh Mahoney Viola Player
Sara Nelson Cello Player
Jeanine Attaway Piano Player
Bill Wise Boat Car Guy
Robert Solomon Philosophy Professor
Kim Krizan Herself
Eamonn Healy Shape-Shifting Man
Ethan Hawke Jesse
Julie Delpy Celine
Charles Gunning Angry Man in Jail
David Sosa Himself
Alex Jones Man in Car with P.A.
Aklilu Gebrewald Himself
Carol Dawson Coffee Shop Chatter
Lisa Moore Coffee Shop Chatter
Steve Fitch Chimpanzee
Louis Mackey Himself
Alex Nixon Man Writing a Novel at the Bar
Violet Nichols Woman Talking to the Novel Writer
Steven Prince Man Talking to the Bartender
Ken Webster Bartender
Mary McBay Woman on TV
Kregg A. Foote Man on TV
Jason T. Hodge Man with the Long Hair
Anne Walker-McBay , Tommy Pallotta , Palmer West , Jonah Smith , Jonathan Sehring , Caroline Kaplan , John Sloss
Richard Linklater
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Waking Life

Transcending the boundaries of technology and imagination, ``Waking Life'' is a revolutionary breakthrough in film animation. In ``Waking Life,'' Wiley Wiggins (``Dazed and Confused'') travels through a series of encounters and observations in a world that may or may not be reality. It is this surreal existence, flourishing with endless ideas and possibilities, that ultimately leads to the question -- Are we sleep-walking through our waking state or wake-walking through our dreams?

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