A man squats on the sidewalk, pours gasoline over himself and ignites it with a match. (0:20)
An angry inmate refers to, "that sissy psychiatrist." (0:26)
An older woman on television: "... sorcerers, shamans and other visionaries who have developed and perfected the art of dream travel, the so-called lucid dream state..." (0:46)
A man in a cafe talks about dreams: "So you have these serotonic [sic] neurons that inhibit hallucinations that they themselves are inhibited during REM sleep... things you can't do in a lucid dream." (0:48)
An older man: "To quote Stevenson, suicide carried off many." (1:01)
Walking across a bridge a man says, "Remembering is so much more a psychotic activity than forgetting." (1:14)
A man at a pinball machine: "Those are called false awakenings." (1:26)
Compare this film to Paprika.