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Embers (2015)

Not Rated | | Drama , Sci-Fi | 2017 (Spain)
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After a global neurological epidemic, those who remain search for meaning and connection in a world without memory.

Director:

Claire Carré
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jason Ritter ... Guy
Iva Gocheva ... Girl
Greta Fernández Greta Fernández ... Miranda
Tucker Smallwood ... Teacher
Karl Glusman ... Chaos
Silvan Friedman ... Boy
Roberto Cots Roberto Cots ... Father
Dominique Swain ... Woman in the Long Dress
Matthew Goulish Matthew Goulish ... Guardian
Kirsten Kairos Kirsten Kairos ... Computer
Arianna Messner Arianna Messner ... Running Girl
Ryan Czerwonko ... Man In the Parka
Nathaniel Andrew Nathaniel Andrew ... Man with the Flare
Derrick Aguis ... Man With the Pipe
Sundance Sundance ... Horse
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In a dystopian future, an unidentified virus has caused a neurological disease of global proportions, decimating the majority of the earth's population. Little by little, as we observe the lives of a handful of survivors who still remain relatively unharmed by this illness, we understand their struggle to hopelessly attach to their former way of life, where even the simplest of affairs require great effort to be accomplished. Ultimately, as the last remaining souls suffer from varying degrees of memory loss, the urgent and paramount need to move forward with their lives will become an arduous task and a fierce battle with the inevitable. Written by Nick Riganas

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The world without memory.

Genres:

Drama | Sci-Fi

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Country:

Poland | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2017 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Zsarátnok See more »

Filming Locations:

USA See more »

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Dolby

Color:

Color

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1.85 : 1
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Running Out of Time
Written by Nigel A. Wilson
Performed by Stop Dancing
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No Embers...just burned out ash
5 August 2016 | by BoristhemoggySee all my reviews

I suspect this movie set out to be clever and artful. Sadly it did not have any content so while some scenes are almost artful in their presentation, they have no content. A story must engage with the listener/viewer so that want to continue reading/watching. There's no point watching out of curiosity you want to watch because you're interested in what the story is showing you. This story does not engage and does not tell you anything. There were some scenes that left me utterly perplexed because they meant nothing and had no connection to other scenes. Art is great when it has a point and a purpose that you can communicate to others. If you can't communicate the point and purpose it's not art except to you, it's just uninteresting and nonsensical.


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