I recently read (well, speed-read) a book called "Super Brain" by Deepak Chopra and Rudolph Tanzi. Among the many quotes is a list of how human beings, specifically infants, "absorb every possible input and integrate it." This process is proposed by Daniel Siegel. The acronym for it is SIFT: S (Sensation), I (Image), F (Feeling), T (Thought). Maybe the first two could be switched as we look at a screen and surrender to story. Two films I saw recently, "Blue Jasmine" in the theater and "Detropia" at home, fit this description, and this is what movies do, do they not?