When I was young, my dad would take me to the movies with my mom.
The movie theater had a big screen that could play the classic classics and I remember playing a lot of classics like “Mozart in the Jungle.”
My dad would make me watch a movie with him.
That was the first time I ever saw a movie on TV.
I remember thinking that it was amazing, and that it made me feel like I was watching something I hadn’t seen in a long time.
At that point, I was hooked on watching movies.
As a kid, I would look at the TV set and say, “Wow, this is really cool.”
As an adult, I realized I’m actually looking at the screen, so I would try to look at it more.
As an older person, I’m more aware of the fact that I’m looking at a screen, and I think I’m trying to look away.
I think about it as if I’m watching something that’s not really there.
It’s a really big step in my life, to actually realize that my eyes aren’t looking at me.
It makes me feel less self-conscious.