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Synonyms for dreamworld

a pleasing country existing only in dreams or imagination

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Brown is living in a dream-world made up of his nonrhetoric.
Although Quidam's story line is abstract, its music and imagery create a thematic unity that evokes the tension between happiness and sorrow; between the infinite possibilities of the dream-world and the too-frequent dreariness of everyday life, between the left-brained Western conscious mind and the right-brained creative, intuitive imagination.
In this surreal children's fairytale, 15-year-old circus girl Helena (Stephanie Leonidas) searches a threatening dream-world for the power that will save her mother (Gina McKee).