This article aims to examine Vanilla Sky, the movie directed by Cameron Crowe in 2001, focusing on the philosophy of solipsism and hyperreality. Moreover, the article is innovative in that it blends Berkeley’s solipsist philosophy and Baudrillard’s theory of hyperreality with LSD psychology at the micro level of the human mind to reveal the macro level of the perspective in solipsist philosopy and hyperreality. LSD will be the subject matter while analyzing Vanilla Sky to examine how it is possible for the human mind to recreate the hyperreal in an endless cycle; how it is impossible to distinguish between the real and the imaginary; and how everything in the human’s world is the creation of his mind, which is his dream. When the analysis of Vanilla Sky is considered, most analysts try to interpret all actions through David’s eyes. In this sense, another probability is that all events may have taken place in Sofia’s mind. Initially, this study will follow the Vanilla Sky odyssey from Sofia’s point of view, and will try to demonstrate that Vanilla Sky is all about Sofia’s dream, nothing more.