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.
Three generations...One memory
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The director, Eirini Konstantinidou, used improvisation in order to build the characters and the shooting script for the whole film. She believes that the realistic dialogue and performances that are achieved through improvisation contribute to the intended blurring of the distinction between reality and fiction. Part 1 needed to be made first and edited in order for the actors of the following period (part 2) to watch it and build their characters' experiences from what they have watched; according to the premise of the film these video recordings become part of their memories and identity. That is the process that the actors of part 3 had to go through as well. This technique allows for an organic development of the characters and dialogue, which is a result of the creative collaboration between the actors and herself. See more