Memento

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Patricia

This is the film that put Christopher Nolan on the map, and what an intriguing movie it is. Coincidentally, a friend and I just re-watched it the other day. He and his brother Jonathan (who wrote the story; Christopher wrote the screenplay) obviously have a fascination with time and memory. ...Read more

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