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A delusion is a belief held with strong conviction despite superior evidence to the contrary.
Delusion may also refer to:
- Delusion (spirituality), in Buddhism or Eastern spirituality, fundamental misunderstanding of the nature of reality
- In film
- Delusion (1955 film), a Danish crime film drama directed by Johan Jacobsen
- Delusion (1980 film), an American horror film directed by Alan Beattie
- Delusion (1991 film), an American crime thriller film directed by Carl Colpaert
- Delusion (1998 film), a Croatian crime-drama film directed by Zeljko Senecic
- Delusions (film), a 2005 Israeli comedy-drama film directed by Nimrod Etsion Koren
- Delusional (2014 film), an American thriller film starring Perry King and Tuesday Knight
- Delusion (2016 film), a Chinese-Hong Kong suspense thriller film directed by Danny Pang Phat
- In music
- Delusions (album), a 2006 album from British progressive metal band To-Mera
- Delusions (First Choice album), a 1977 album by American girl group First Choice
- "Delusional" (song), a 2010 single by American singer-songwriter Simon Curtis
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