[HEAVY SPOILERS AHEAD] [LAST WARNING]
Today I have watched a movie that touched me in a way many others couldn't achieve to. I'm talking about "Mr. Nobody".
While some of my friends argued that the movie was pretentious or just too long and so on, I for one had a deep spiritual connection with this movie despite its possible flaws. The movie told me things I always knew but had never put in words. And it had pieces of everything that I enjoy, and more.
Like "The Dark Knight" and "Fight Club", it has a philosophical theme to it. Like "Steins;Gate", It is a cyclical story with the many worlds theory on it. Like "Little Manhattan", it has the joy of youth and curiosity, imagination and discovery. And to top the cake, it has the great winner of my heart: Dragon Age Origin's "every choice is real" thing.
I noticed a while ago that the thing that makes me replay Dragon Age Origins over and over again is the fact that in every one of the six Origins you pick, you're able to see what happened to the "What-If-Wardens". If you play on every one of the six, you can see the big picture. You can see the butterfly effect, the consequence of the choice you made of "who shall the hero be". You sentence five lives in favor of the hero you chose to rise.
In "Mr. Nobody", Nemo is the player of his own life, like everyone. But unlike us, Nemo has the power to see the big picture and choose this or that path to see it trough. He takes the "what if" to the last consequences, so that, relating to the others, he is able to see that no choice is the "right choice".
All those little points combined in a single story just lauched "Mr. Nobody" straight into my heart for as long as a better contender shows up.
"As long as you don't choose, everything remains possible."