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Remainder (2015)

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A London man who loses his memory when he's struck by a falling object develops a way to reconstruct his past.

Director:

Omer Fast

Writers:

Tom K. McCarthy (novel), Omer Fast (adaptation)
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Credited cast:
Ed Speleers ... Greg
Tom Sturridge ... Tom
Cush Jumbo ... Catherine
Nicholas Farrell ... Daubenay
Arsher Ali ... Naz
Laurence Spellman ... Number 2
Adrian Schiller ... Dr. Trevellian
Bern Collaço ... Passerby (as Bern Collaco)
Tim Plester ... Cat-Handler
Rocky Marshall ... Dom
Julian Bleach ... Pianist
Jumayn Hunter ... Christopher
Shaun Prendergast ... DI Merril
Sasha Frost ... Call Girl
Bill Thomas Bill Thomas ... Phil the contractor
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A London man who loses his memory when he's struck by a falling object develops a way to reconstruct his past.

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Drama

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Country:

UK | Germany

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 May 2016 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Atminties trupiniai See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK See more »

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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After a promising first half, the movie lost steam. The ending insults our logic, given that this is no SciFi story about time travel paradoxes
27 February 2017 | by JvH48See all my reviews

Saw this at the Leiden International Film Festival 2016 (LIFF). First half was promising and gripping, the second half lost steam (can happen), but alas the ending was totally unsatisfactory as it undoes all of what happened before. Of course, rebuilding your past from a few vague memories, uncertain who you can trust and who is only interested in your money, is a daunting task. That is even so while owning the 8.5 million he had received as compensation, allowing him a "spare no expenses" approach. I found it a disappointment that beginning and ending seemed to bite each other's tails, especially as this movie is not marked as Sci-Fi and is not in the business of time paradoxes and related issues with time travel explored in other stories (is the last sentence a spoiler??). As presented here in this movie, what we see is utterly impossible as well as an insult to our logic.


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