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Watching all “imaginary friend” movies.
#21
Decided to bump this.

I recently watched through a playthrough of Beyond: Two Souls (a PS Exclusive game) that came out in 2013. It has a lot of feels that can be related to a tulpa, although the storyline itself lies much more on the supernatural, as the being in it is able to move physical objects and perform other paranormal feats.

Essentially the main character Jodie has a non-physical companion who has been with her since she was born who is a male named Aiden. Aiden can effect the physical world like a poltergeist, let Jodie see visions of memories from objects, and even allow Jodie to act as a medium for the dead at times. Jodie is quickly taken in by a paranormal goverment study program, and the story continues from there.

If you want to watch a cinematic version of the playthrough, here it is. However there are apparently 10 different endings to the game based on your choices, so this is not representative of all the endings.

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because witches sometimes had famously erratic ideas about what was amusing.”
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#22
I recently watched this movie, and in a lot of ways it relates to the Host-Tulpa relationship, leaning towards the romantic side.

In this movie the main character purchases a new commercial operating system that is integrated with an AI that can think for itself. He ends up falling in love with her, and have relationship struggles along the way.

"...the last thing you wanted a witch to do was get bored and start making her own amusements,
because witches sometimes had famously erratic ideas about what was amusing.”
   - Terry Pratchett

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#23
Oh, i saw that trailer years ago, but was the movie good? (Her)
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#24
I enjoyed it and its overall message, but I didn't really like the ending. It felt really odd and unfulfilling. I would recommend it though.
"...the last thing you wanted a witch to do was get bored and start making her own amusements,
because witches sometimes had famously erratic ideas about what was amusing.”
   - Terry Pratchett

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#25
Ugg, I'll just skip the ending and fill my own in then, thanks for the warning.
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