"Does the flap of a butterfly’s wings in Brazil set off a tornado in Texas?"
Yeah, if you haven't seen the film then watch it.
In a way it's like Shutter Island in that it really makes you question how your mind works and consequences of your actions and stuff.
But basically it was making me think and if you had the opportunity to go back into your childhood memories and change a bad experience into something positive, would you do it? And what would you do if you came back to the present and found out that your life might be better but someone else's was much, much worse?
If you had the chance would you make yourself unhappy so that others could be happy? Or would you be more concerned with fixing your own life first?
And most of all, would you sacrifice it all so that every single person in your life bar you had a better life?
I think I had a better point than that but I've forgotten what it was...
The idea in itself is pretty interesting though - something small leading to something huge. I wonder if life really works that way...