mind-bending

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mind-bending

adj.
Intensely affecting the mind, especially to the extent of producing hallucinations.
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Scripted by Charlie Kaufman, who specializes in mind-benders such as ``Being John Malkovich,'' ``Adaptation'' and Gondry's previous feature, ``Human Nature,'' ``Eternal Sunshine'' follows sad-sack Joel through his breakup with kooky commitment-phobic girlfriend Clementine (``Titanic's'' Kate Winslet).
He started performing in the seventies and, over the past three decades, has been in a number of wellknown bands, including The Swinging Blue Jeans, Eric Haydock's Hollies and The Mind-benders.
a dark sci-fi thriller in the spirit of mind-benders like 'Memento' and 'Pi'.
Allardyce's right-hand man Phil Brown is the brains behind bringing in the mind-benders.
Trouble flared after the star and Elaine, 48, had been secretly watching a "drugs den" they believed was the trading centre enticing their daughter into the seedy world of addiction to dance club mind-benders.