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I suppose this would only matter to Chicagoans who probably aren’t reading this right now.
That set my mind at ease regarding "Wicker Park." By substituting "Wicker Park" for "quantum physics," I was able to experience the movie in the same way that I experience the universe, by treating it as if it exists even if it doesn't.