Acclaimed video director Michel Gondry's mindblowing fantasy, based on another outrageously audacious script by Charlie Kaufman (BEING JOHN MALKOVICH, ADAPTATION.), is almost enough to restore your faith in Hollywood. Not only is it formally innovative, but heart-tuggingly romantic and terrifically entertaining to boot. The unwieldy title is taken from Alexander Pope's poem "Eloisa to Abelard," in which the heroine, trapped in a convent and pining for her great lost love, envies the fellow nuns who, unschooled in matters of the heart, enjoy the "eternal sunshine of the spotless mind." Such ignorant bliss is now enjoyed by Clementine Kruczynski (an extraordinary Kate ...