“you just have to understand. this isn’t a philosophy, a literary theory, or a story to me. it’s my life.””absolutely, so just go make it the one you’ve always wanted.”
~conversation that takes place between harold crick and professor hilbert in stranger than fiction.
this conversation occurs as the two talk about the ending of the story that is written about harold, namely that of his imminent death. but, as harold quickly realizes, it isn’t about his death…but more about his life.
and it seems that at this point, harold begins living life.
or living life in a new way…
one he’s always wanted.