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Mnemophrenia (2019)

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Mnemophrenia is a futuristic drama about a new psychosis that arises from advanced virtual reality technology, which causes people to be unable to distinguish between real and artificial memories.
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Cast

Credited cast:
Freya Berry Freya Berry ... Jeanette Harper
Robin King ... Nicholas Morgan
Tim Seyfert ... Douglas
Tallulah Sheffield ... Robyin
Jamie Laird ... Will Hall
Robert Milton Wallace ... Charlie
Dominic O'Flynn Dominic O'Flynn ... Michael Murphy
Angela Peters ... Keri Taylor
Anna Brook Anna Brook ... Nina
Michael Buckster Michael Buckster ... Richard
Gary Cargill ... Jim
Steve Hope Wynne ... David Quinn
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lisa Caruccio Came ... Anna Lyons
Cally Lawrence Cally Lawrence ... Tessa Fox
John Morton John Morton ... Himself
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The film explores how society is affected by and how it adapts to deal with mnemophrenia, a growing new psychosis and the still advancing technology. We see the story unfold over time, through the eyes of three generations of the same family who are all affected and involved in different ways. The story explores how attitudes to Mnemophrenia would differ from person to person and across generations, going from resistance and fear, through acceptance and eventually even using it to our benefit, pushing humanity towards a new evolutionary step. Written by Eirini Konstantinidou

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 October 2019 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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EK productions, Quoxel See more »
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The word 'mnemophrenia' was coined especially for the film. It's a portmanteau of the words 'mneme' and 'schizophrenia'. In the film 'Mnemophrenia' the word is defined as: 'A condition or a state characterized by the coexistence of real and artificial memories, which affects the subject's sense of identity.' See more »

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thought provoking, intriguing and hard to forget
3 January 2020 | by raftopoulounellySee all my reviews

A thought provoking, original and visually beautiful film about a well researched topic by its director Eirini Konstantinidou. I found the film quite revealing on a personal account as it made me change what I used to think about sci-fi movies. Mnemophrenia is a multi-layered movie that generates discussions and makes it worthwhile to watch it again and again. Given the fact that it is a low budget movie, the film has little to be jealous of other commercial movies of its genre. Really looking forward to watching more from the director.


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