History Heartwarming / EternalSunshineOfTheSpotlessMind

13th Aug '14 6:11:28 AM Ramone490
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* Most importantly, the song [[Music/BECK "Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime"]] during the end credits. This song is an ode to regret.

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* Most importantly, the song [[Music/BECK [[Music/{{BECK}} "Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime"]] during the end credits. This song is an ode to regret.
7th Jul '14 4:46:38 PM a-wasted-life
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* "Joelie... [[spoiler:[[ScrewDestiny why don't you stay this time?]]]]"

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* "Joelie... [[spoiler:[[ScrewDestiny why don't '''SPOILER WARNING:''' '''This page contains spoilers from the movie!''' To fully enjoy the experience, it is ''highly'' suggested you watch the whole film ''before'' looking at this page. '''Administrivia/YouHaveBeenWarned'''. [[ArchivePanic Good luck.]]

* The scene from the end Joel's first and final memory. The beach house falls apart. When Joel runs out of the house, [[ScrewDestiny Clementine asks him
stay this time?]]]]"time]]. Joel says that he walked out the door, but Clementine decides to pretend to have a proper good-bye. Her last words are ''"Meet me in Montauk."''



* The scene when [[spoiler:Clementine visits Joel's apartment where he finds all his files sent from Mary. Joel hands one of his drawings to Clementine, then she apologizes to him for screwing with him. He offers her a glass of whisky and they both listen to his tapes. She becomes overwhelmed and nervous, then apologizes that she shouldn't be here. He lets her leave with a goodbye at his front door and she says "It was nice meeting you at all."]] There is a slow and relaxing "Oh My Darling, Clementine" score during this scene.

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* The scene when [[spoiler:Clementine Clementine visits Joel's apartment where he finds all his files sent from Mary. Joel hands one of his drawings to Clementine, then she apologizes to him for screwing with him. He offers her a glass of whisky and they both listen to his tapes. She becomes overwhelmed and nervous, then apologizes that she shouldn't be here. He lets her leave with a goodbye at his front door and she says "It was nice meeting you at all."]] " There is a slow and relaxing "Oh My Darling, Clementine" score during this scene.
7th Jul '14 4:36:47 PM a-wasted-life
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* Joel begins to remember his childhood memories in order to hide Clementine from the erasure. Joel becomes a young boy playing outside the rain, then shifts to himself sitting under the kitchen table. This, and with a slow and relaxing score during this scene, helps make a heartwarming experience.

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* Joel begins to remember his childhood memories [[note]]Row, Row, Row Your Boat, Gently Down the Stream....[[/note]] in order to hide Clementine from the erasure. Joel becomes a young boy playing outside the rain, then shifts to himself sitting under the kitchen table. This, and with a slow and relaxing score during this scene, helps make a heartwarming experience.
7th Jul '14 4:35:41 PM a-wasted-life
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* Joel begins to remember his childhood memories in order to hide Clementine from the erasure. Joel becomes a young boy playing outside the rain, then shifts to himself sitting under the kitchen table. This, and with a slow and relaxing score during this scene, helps make a heartwarming experience.
7th Jul '14 4:31:26 PM a-wasted-life
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** [work in progress]
* Most importantly, the song [[Beck "Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime"]] during the end credits. This song is an ode to regret.

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** [work in progress]
--> '''Joel:''' Wait!
--> '''Clementine:''' What?
--> '''Joel:''' I don't know!
--> '''Clementine:''' What do you want, Joel?!
--> '''Joel:''' I want you to stay just for a while.
--> '''Clementine:''' Okay.
--> '''Joel:''' Really?
--> '''Clementine:''' I'm not a concept. I'm just a fucked-up girl who's looking for my own peace of mind. I'm not perfect.
--> '''Joel:''' I can't say anything I don't like about you. Right now, I can't!
--> '''Clementine:''' But you will! You know? You will think of things! And I'll get bored with you and feel trapped because that's what happens with me!
--> '''Joel:''' Okay.
--> '''Clementine:''' Okay.
* Most importantly, the song [[Beck [[Music/BECK "Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime"]] during the end credits. This song is an ode to regret.
7th Jul '14 4:25:04 PM a-wasted-life
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* "Okay" "Okay"

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* "Okay" "Okay"The scene when [[spoiler:Clementine visits Joel's apartment where he finds all his files sent from Mary. Joel hands one of his drawings to Clementine, then she apologizes to him for screwing with him. He offers her a glass of whisky and they both listen to his tapes. She becomes overwhelmed and nervous, then apologizes that she shouldn't be here. He lets her leave with a goodbye at his front door and she says "It was nice meeting you at all."]] There is a slow and relaxing "Oh My Darling, Clementine" score during this scene.
* The final scene of the film.
** [work in progress]
* Most importantly, the song [[Beck "Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime"]] during the end credits. This song is an ode to regret.
24th Feb '14 6:56:58 AM marcella
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* Maybe more on the heart''breaking'' side, but when Joel goes to Lacuna with his box of things that remind him of Clementine, he passes a woman in the waiting room holding her own box of things containing a rawhide bone, a framed picture of a dog, and a water dish that says "Buster". She loved that little dog so much that she'd rather never have known she had him than to live another painful day without him again.

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* Maybe more on the heart''breaking'' side, but when Joel goes to Lacuna with his box bags of things that remind him of Clementine, he passes sits next to a woman in the waiting room holding her own box of things containing a rawhide bone, a framed picture of a dog, and a water dish that says "Buster". She loved that little dog so much that she'd rather never have known she had him than to live another painful day without him again.
24th Feb '14 6:54:58 AM marcella
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* Maybe more on the heart-*breaking* side, but when Joel goes to Lacuna with his box of things that remind him of Clementine, he passes a woman in the waiting room holding her own box of things containing a rawhide bone, a framed picture of a dog, and a water dish that says "Buster". Implying that the death of her beloved dog was so devastating to her that she would rather all memory of him be erased than to live through the pain of not seeing little Buster every day.

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* Maybe more on the heart-*breaking* heart''breaking'' side, but when Joel goes to Lacuna with his box of things that remind him of Clementine, he passes a woman in the waiting room holding her own box of things containing a rawhide bone, a framed picture of a dog, and a water dish that says "Buster". Implying She loved that the death of her beloved little dog was so devastating to her much that she would she'd rather all memory of never have known she had him be erased than to live through the pain of not seeing little Buster every day.another painful day without him again.
24th Feb '14 6:52:53 AM marcella
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* Maybe more on the heart*breaking* side, but when Joel goes to Lacuna with his box of things that remind him of Clementine, he passes a woman in the waiting room holding her own box of things containing a rawhide bone, a framed picture of a dog, and a water dish that says "Buster". Implying that the death of her beloved dog was so devastating to her that she would rather all memory of him be erased than to live through the pain of not seeing little Buster every day.

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* Maybe more on the heart*breaking* heart-*breaking* side, but when Joel goes to Lacuna with his box of things that remind him of Clementine, he passes a woman in the waiting room holding her own box of things containing a rawhide bone, a framed picture of a dog, and a water dish that says "Buster". Implying that the death of her beloved dog was so devastating to her that she would rather all memory of him be erased than to live through the pain of not seeing little Buster every day.
24th Feb '14 6:52:45 AM marcella
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* Maybe more on the heart*breaking* side, but when Joel goes to Lacuna with his box of things that remind him of Clementine, he passes a woman in the waiting room holding her own box of things containing a rawhide bone, a framed picture of a dog, and a water dish that says "Buster". Implying that the death of her beloved dog was so devastating to her that she would rather all memory of him be erased than to live through the pain of not seeing little Buster every day.
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