There's a Dave Matthews Band song called Dancing Nancies that starts off with the line, "Could I have been a parking lot attendant?" Matthews goes on to ponder what it would be like to be someone else, somebody other than himself. In another place. Another time. Another world.

While the phrase, "You're in another world" often tends to imply that a person is not paying attention, lost inside their own head and heading towards the "I don't give a crap" zone, a tremendous amount of growth can come out of placing yourself somewhere else, mentally or physically, for the time being. Remember, with chaos comes discovery and destruction will always bring you closer to figuring out what really matters.

What the following films have in common is that the characters are in another world - again, either mentally or physically - and they're all on a journey of self-discovery. The films also prove that, sometimes, it's not you that changes. Sometimes everything but you moves slightly to the left, and it's at that point when the toughest decisions will have to be made. Welcome to this week's Trailer Park...