Exit the King: Abridged

If you ever are stressed, you know what helps? Susan Sarandon.

At the end of Exit the King, Susan Sarandon tells Geoffrey Rush to relax his legs, and then his arms, and his shoulders, and his mind, and all the time the lights are getting dimmer and dimmer and more soothing.

Frankly, it's the best relaxation technique exercise I've ever experienced. If she made tapes, I'd totally bittorrent them.

Here's EXIT THE KING ABRIDGED. (And since I only posted it yesterday, here's still RENT ABRIDGED.)


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