I feel like Richard Dreyfuss in "Close Encounters" where all these people are mysteriously drawn to the tower. Vanilla sky is destined to become a cult classic. I think it's Cameron's intellect that grasped the power of the narrative in Alejandro's work. To cinematically engage the big topics is admirable. It's the spiritual aspect as well. Love, Hate, Revenge, Death, Afterlife, Guilt, Envy, Longevity, Science, Sex, Emotional Attachment, Life Changing Lines, Enlightenment of the Mind, Reality vs Imagination, Woundedness of the Soul. Do You believe in God?