Modern popular culture often conceives of dreams, like Freud, as expressions of the dreamer's deepest fears and desires.  The film version of The Wizard of Oz (1939) depicts a full-color dream that causes Dorothy to perceive her black-and-white reality and those with whom she shares it in a new way. In films such as Spellbound (1945), The Manchurian Candidate (1962), Field of Dreams (1989), and Inception (2010), the protagonists must extract vital clues from surreal dreams. 
Hi. I am kinda worried about a specific dream i had last night . I dreamt one part of my dream of going to a county jail to visit someone strange bcuz i 3 ppl to choice from to visit i remember seeing a ppr i had to fill out had 3 number columns to write the names of specific ppl i wanted to visit i remember thinking i wanted to see a former x guy friend of mine then my brother who is really in jail then an unknown person which was a girl ( i can remember clearly writings these names down… then i went into another dream where i and my oldest 13yo daughter was walking along a dirt field i saw that we literally passed 2 hughe long skinny black snakes and i seemed amazed that we didn’t get harmed , them as we saw the field that we had to pass hundreds of different kinds of snakes all around us some where sleeping some were awake and some was aiming to attack us i some two headed snakes which really freaked me out , a couple i was really watching for so when they attacked i can manoeuvre and run as some began to fly toward us to attack we were able to somehow miss us , one certain snake wad really aiming and aggressively trying to attack us but we somehow kept walking through without being hurt and my dream ended.