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Memory Games (2018)

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Glimpse into the brain's vast potential for memorization through the eyes of four competitive memory athletes as they share techniques and insights.
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Yanjaa Wintersoul ... Self
Andy Fong Andy Fong ... Self
Kyle Bryan Johnson Kyle Bryan Johnson ... Self, passer-by in Stockholm
Simon Reinhard Simon Reinhard ... Self
Johannes Mallow Johannes Mallow ... Self
Tony Buzan Tony Buzan ... Self
Nelson Dellis ... Self
Alex Mullen Alex Mullen ... Self
Heather M. Purcell Heather M. Purcell ... Self
Martin Dresler Martin Dresler ... Self, assistant professor of cognitive neuroscience, Radboud University Medical Center
Boris Konrad Boris Konrad ... Self, neuroscientist
Tensing Tensing ... Self, Nepalese sherpa
Khandsuren Khatanbaatar Khandsuren Khatanbaatar ... Self, director of the Mongolian Intellectual Academy (as Kh. Khatanbaatar)
Lars Mikkelsen ... Charles Augustus Magnussen
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Glimpse into the brain's vast potential for memorization through the eyes of four competitive memory athletes as they share techniques and insights.

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Written by Dan Auerbach (as Daniel Auerbach) and Patrick J. Carney (as Patrick Carney)
Performed by The Black Keys
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Interesting insight into another world, but gets old quickly
23 July 2019 | by replay-brandSee all my reviews

Even though the documentary provides an insight into the world of memory and above all memory competitions, it merely provides 2 tips for viewers to improve their memory. Was expecting more from the summary so that was a disappointment. A real downside for me was also that the documentary could not abstain from introducing topics like feminism, people with disabilities and Alzheimer's. I guess it (needlessly) tries to appeal to different kinds of viewers. I don't care about Sweden being the best country because of free healthcare or education. Or that Mongolia is the most beautiful country. I am trying to learn about improving my memory. But I guess these "facts" is something I memorized watching this documentary. I also got the feeling that some some of the people that were followed really did so to brag and their minutes of fame.


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