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Memories of Tomorrow (2005)

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A relationship based thriller with an intriguing story triggered off by an assassination of a prominent political figure. The past, present and future of a happily married couple tangles and unravels itself as events unfold.






Cast overview, first billed only:
Richard Thompson ...
John / Dominic
Rachel Gilchrist ...
Tanya / Caroline
Roger / Simon
Jack (as Tim Schijf)
Rebecca Mallitte ...
Andy Sophocleous ...
Shadowed Figure
Elena Trajkovska ...
Melinda MacDonald ...
Hotel Manager
Andries Mentz ...
The Thief
David Viskovich ...
The Sniper
Intelligence Agent
Jonathan Samson ...
Intelligence Agent
Megan Elias ...
Intelligence Agent (as Megan Garcia)
Chris Bell ...
Rock Climbing Trainer


John and Tanya are a happily married couple living an idyllic life in New Zealand. John does not remember his past while Tanya wants to look away from it. The arrival of a mysterious stranger, Roger, triggers off a chain of events which lead to an inevitable conclusion where the past, present and futures of all the three character collide. Written by Amit Tripuraneni

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Nothing lasts forever


Drama | Thriller


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8 August 2005 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Memorias del mañana  »

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NZD 15,000 (estimated)

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Benji (the editor) sold off his car and computer, so that he could buy an air ticket to come to New Zealand to edit the movie See more »


In an early dream sequence when John appears to shoot himself the gun goes "BANG" but in closeup the gun can clearly be seen to be a Daisy air pistol from lettering on the barrel so should have gone 'phft!' and not killed anyone. Roger is seen to posses the same gun in his confrontation with Tanyia See more »


Tanya: Don't you trust me, John?
John: Sometimes...
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Excellent editing , direction ; great dialog. Unbelievable given the budget!
3 July 2005 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

We went along to the premier of Memories of Tomorrow , not sure of what to expect. All we knew is that a foreign student from the South Seas School had made this much talked about movie on a relatively low (actually 'no') budget. We had no idea that it would be such a slickly presented fare, even more so given the fact that it was made by a relative newcomer to New Zealand. One would have thought, given the excellent dialog and the choice of locations, that Amit Tripuraneni, script writer and director,had been around for ages, whereas in truth he has probably only had a chance to put his student backpack down, before being 'summoned' upon this mission! It shows to each of us, the power of the much-clichéd but true adage , 'Where there is a will...' His success is an inspiration for all budding film makers. With the movie now hitting international markets, we are confident that this brilliant piece of work (and of course the young man behind it) will go places.

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