In the comments section, leave your translation of Keanu Reeves’ unitelligible statement in a recent interview regarding his new movie Constantine:
Q: What are your notions of heaven and hell, eternal damnation vs. eternal bliss?
Reeves: Well, I hope I get the bliss. And I know I’m going to have to work for it. But I’ve got to say, really, I have no kind of, can I say “secular religiosity”? … I don’t have a denominational sight. I think, like in the stories that we tell, there is an aspect of the living life informing where we go. A transfiguration, there must be. Energy can’t be created or destroyed, and energy flows. It must be in a direction, with some kind of internal, emotive, spiritual direction. It must have some effect somewhere. … I do think there must be some kind of interaction between your living life and the life that goes on from here.
If you have any earthly idea what our boy Keanu is saying here, please enlighten the rest of the internet. The winner will be announced on the Ides of March and will be awarded the accolade of Interpretus Extraordinarius.
UPDATE: The time for judgment has arrived—see comments below for the winner.