Monday, July 16, 2012

Synchronicity in the Movies: Jeff Who Lives at Home

Jeff Who Lives at Home is the worst marketed movie ever.  It just seems like a movie about a guy who can't grow up.  I avoided it at the theaters, but I would have gone to see it, had I known the true plot.  I LOVED it.  I rented it at Redbox because the movie I wanted was not available.  Before the opening credit, there is a quote about following the signs.  My husband looked at me and said, "Uh oh, I can tell you're going to love this movie."

He was right.  The main character Jeff believes in signs.  In fact he is fixated with them.  From the movie descriptions on IMDB, you would never know that the movie was practically all about synchronicities and kismet. It is heartwarming and sweet.

I don't want to spoil the plot for you, so I'll just tell you:  if you are into synchricities and signs, you will love this movie.

I will leave you with a quote from the movie, 

"What if there's no wrong numbers?
Maybe it's always the right number."


Brizdaz (Darren) said...

A movie that I will have to look out for.

BTW,Café Kismet is a meeting point in the TV series "Touch" in Season 1 Episode 7 "Noosphere Rising".
I did a post on it on my blog;

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

OK, on to my list it goes!

KingNapier said...

I just watched Jeff Who Lives at Home and decided to google 'how to follow signs' and it led me to this wonderful site.. interesting.

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

Finally watched it yesterday and the funny thing is my oldest son's name is Kevin.

It's also interesting that one of the actresses in the movie has a link with the sync community as Jake Kotze made a sync video for Rae Dawn Chong called Phoenix Dawn.

They played it for her and asked her to comment on it on a Radio 8Ball show,which you can see here -

You're right too,it was a good movie.