Dreams That Money Can Buy: Richterís goal was to bring the avant-garde out of the museum and into the movie house and the results, predictably, are rather unique. Certainly this must have been a stunner at the time and it still is. The plot, such that there is one, revolves around a man who rents a room where he can peer into the mirror and see peopleís dreams. He sets up shop and we meet his clients and see their surreal interior lives in the dream sequences. As you can imagine with the above list of collaborators, the film is a dizzying treat of audio-visual creation.