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Memento (LE) (2000)
Rating:
Starring: Carrie-Anne Moss, Joe Pantoliano, Guy Pearce
Director: Christopher Nolan
Category: Drama, Suspense / Mystery, Independent
Studio: Columbia / TriStar
Subtitles:
English, Spanish
Length:
113 mins

 
 

 

The revenge thriller gets an unforgettable new twist with Memento, an intricate crime story about a man with a damaged memory chasing a murderer whose identity he cannot possibly ever know for sure.Directed by newcomer Christopher Nolan, Memento has blown the minds of audiences around the world by deftly forging a reality in which neither the lead character nor the audience know who is pulling the strings, until everything that seemed true flips upside down.Leonard (Guy Pearce) suffers from a rare brain disorder, the inability to form any new memories, caused by the injury he received in a struggle with his wife's murderer.He can remember in detail everything that happened before that night, but everyone he has met or anything he has done since then simply vanishes--unless he writes it all down.Who are his friends?Who are his enemies?What is the truth?

 
 
   
   

 
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