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Photographic Memory ()


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Filmmaker Ross McElwee (Sherman's March, Bright Leaves) finds himself in frequent conflict with his son, a young adult who seems addicted to and distracted by the virtual worlds of the... See more »

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Ross McElwee

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Marie-Emmanuelle Hartness ... ()
 
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Eric Ellena ... co-executive producer
Marie-Emmanuelle Hartness ... executive producer
Ross McElwee ... executive producer

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Sabrina Zanella-Foresi

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Manon Poudoulec ... assistant director

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Lionel Guenoun ... re-recording mixer / sound effects editor

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Jim Le ... production assistant

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Filmmaker Ross McElwee (Sherman's March, Bright Leaves) finds himself in frequent conflict with his son, a young adult who seems addicted to and distracted by the virtual worlds of the internet. To understand his fractured love for his son, McElwee travels back to St. Quay-Portrieux in Brittany for the first time in decades to retrace his own journey into adulthood. A meditation on the passing of time, the praxis of photography and film, and the digital versus analog divide. Written by Anonymous

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  • Photographic Memory (United States)
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  • 87 min
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Opening Weekend United States $3,006, 14 Oct 2012

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Quotes Ross McElwee: A young child - the one you loved so much - is still contained in the obnoxious teenager. And as a parent you never forget that. This is what keeps parents from positively strangling their teenagers. I mean, teenagers don't even realize how much they're protected by a smaller version of themselves, which rises up to defend them.
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