Watching a film in the cinema is one of the last sacred spaces where we can truly dislodge ourselves from the fizzy static of life. We can hone in, tune into another person’s POV and experience their problems and challenges. We can uncouple ourselves from our own minds and get into the famous flow state, not where we’re making or doing anything but just simply, focused. Not on our breath or our how our body is feeling but how these set of characters are dealing with the circumstances they find themselves in. Of course this ‘meditative’ effect is at it’s best when you’re at peace in a dark cinema, but it can still be felt when watching at home.