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daydream

Mental musing or fantasy while awake.
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"It's about getting them to see, hear and feel things so that they can make the appropriate changes." "By using something a child is familiar with and passionate about it's easier to get them to relax and enter a daydreamy state of mind, so they're more likely to be receptive to positive suggestions, and so create solutions," he explains.
The show was a little bit hit and miss at times, but when it hit it sounded wonderful - especially the swirly, daydreamy blast of early single Trains to Brazil.
Widescreen cinematography by Phil Parmet has a daydreamy haze that captures L.A.