Have you ever wondered what the word "Coma" means? Does it mean something like 'critical illness'? Or does it refer to some kind of physical condition that results in a person falling into a semi-coma? If you ask any medical professional, they will tell you that the term is used to describe a condition wherein a person has lost consciousness for some time and is on life support. For those who are not familiar with the term, they may assume that a coma simply means someone is dying.
A Life of Crime is an extremely realistic and enlightening non-fiction film about a man, who spends several days in a coma after he has been charged with a serious crime. His story is told from his point of view. The movie includes many quotes and things that a person can do while they are in a coma.
If you have never heard of the phrase "rebuilding," I do not think that The Movie is going to help your case. The movie's title refers to a process that occurs when a person goes through a series of events that cause severe distress to them.
In the case of the victim in The Movie, The director of "rebooting" can do nothing to help his subject. It is only through the years of editing that he can bring this man back to normalcy.
Although the movie was intended to be a fictional story, people should remember that all of us are able to exist inside our own heads, even if we are in the physical world. However, when we do, we need to remember what we are thinking of at the time. The Director of Rebooting needs to consider that before he enters the scene.
Using the old trick of telling the story backwards, can prove to be quite useful. You may also want to compare the movie to one of your favorite television shows. The Movie does include many characters. They include a man who experiences repeated breaks and limited mobility.
One can certainly see how this can be used by medical experts to perform brain surgery on patients who are in comas. The main character in the movie is a man who spends almost three weeks in a coma.