Avatar fans feel suicidal
How did you guys feel after watching Avatar? That’s my favorite movie to date and guess I’m still impressed by the effects and James Cameron’s director/creator genius more than three weeks after I watched it in 3D.
While people like me feel happy after seeing one of the highest grossing movies in box office history, some of Avatar fans feel depressed and suicidal to have to come back to imperfect real world after enjoying the 3D planet of Pandora.
CNN reported that North American fan site Avatar Forums has received 1,000 posts under a thread entitled “Ways to cope with the depression of the dream of Pandora being intangible” with some of the writers saying they feel depressed to “wake up” to real world and try to find ways to deal with the feeling by watching the movie over and over again and sharing they thoughts with other Navi fans on the forum. While some find our Earth less beautiful than Pandora, others say they “contemplate suicide” thinking they will be rebirthed in a world similar to the planet.
Virtual life is not real life and it never will be, but this is the pinnacle of what we can build in a virtual presentation so far. It has taken the best of our technology to create this virtual world and real life will never be as utopian as it seems onscreen. It makes real life seem more imperfect,” Dr. Stephan Quentzel from the Louis Armstrong Centre for Music and Medicine told CNN, according to the source.
Enjoy the movie but remember it’s only fiction!
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