What is it like to be a bat? That was the question posed in 1974 by the noted American philosopher Thomas Nagel. Nagel argued that if you were somehow able to transport yourself into the mind of a bat, you still wouldn’t really know what it’s like to be a bat; you would only have the experience of being a person inside the mind of one. Essentially, Nagel’s arguments rest on the fact that we don’t yet fully understand what consciousness is, and perhaps we never will.
Two pilots, mind-melding through memories with a body of a giant machine. The deeper the bond, the better you fight.
Baddy on the Caucasians speaking ‘local’ Tamil :)
Everyone looks like they’re playing dress-up in a school play. Did no one giggle on the set? Was no one aware of how far from the writer-director’s vision on paper the film had crawled?
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