Food for thought from Aldous Huxley

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  1. You MUST MUST MUST rent the movie, “King of Hearts.” KING OF HEARTS is a whimsical comic parable by French director Philippe de Broca. Set in the French countryside during World War I, the film focuses on a Scottish soldier, Private Plumpick (Alan Bates), who comes to prefer the charmingly eccentric insanity inside a local lunatic asylum to the full-scale insanity of modern civilization at war outside. The film was made in 1966. It personifies the point of the Aldous Huxley cartoon.

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