Which film of the 1960s bears striking similarities to your life? Is it the movie you have in mind or something completely out of the blue? Take these 10 questions and find out!
START THE QUIZ!
Have you ever narrated your daily activities?
Which actor would play you in a movie?
How would you describe the town you grew up in?
Small and quiet
Big and bustling
I didn't grow up in one town
What's the first thing you notice, when meeting someone new?
Their hand shake
If you were designing your own home, what's the one room you'd want to be the fanciest?
The living room
The family room
The master bathroom
Have you ever belonged to a book club?
What a snore fest!
What is your favorite time of day?
A life without friends is.....
No life at all
Just fine with me
Are you a risk taker?
Do you feel as if you truly know yourself inside and out?
For the most part
The 1960s film that reminds you of your life is 2001: A Space Odyssey! You're a curious person with a love of exploration and technology. Unfortunately, you've found that technology hasn't always been your friend. In fact, technology has often proven quite perilous in your life!
2001: A Space Odyssey
The 1960's movie that reminds you of your life is "Breakfast at Tiffany's!" This iconic movie starring Audrey Hepburn is all about friendship, isolation, and the ups and downs that life can often bring. You've always felt a strange connection to Ms. Golightly and the struggles she faces throughout the film.
Breakfast At Tiffany's
The 1960s film that reminds you of your life is "The Sound of Music!" The themes of love and family that are prevalent in this film can always remind you of your own family and the way you interact. Despite difficulties, you've always managed to find a way to muddle through with your family by your side.
The Sound Of Music
The 1960s movie that has always reminded you of your life is "Psycho!" While this might seem a strange choice, this film speaks to you about the issues you've had with your mother! While you're hardly stepping into Bate's territory, you and your mother have never had a normal relationship.
The 1960s film that reminds you of your life is "The Graduate!" This film of innocent and confused youth has always struck a chord with your own struggles. You've always thought of yourself as innocent and unlike those around you. Because of this, you've struggled to connect with others!