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Another innocent man falls into the world of unattractive adults
The film begins Rememory two incidentsseparate death from each other in chronological context does not link between them (apparently) only ..
The presence of Sam Bloom (Peter Dinclaidj) who suffers from the death of his brother when he was with him and it seeks to meet Dr. Gordon Dan (Martin Donovan), a full-time specialty to research in memory problems and address them and attend a lecture announcing about his invention is amazing, image memory recording machine.
Dr. Gordon is dying on the same night and his death raises suspicion that he was killed. Sam Bloom seeks to uncover the circumstances of the incident and delves into Dr. Jordan's memories with his wife Caroline Dan (Julia Ormond), his partner Lawton (Henry Ian) and his patients who shared their memories.
The film focuses on the intervention of the machine in human life, what they offer him and rob him of it and the role it plays in changing the course of his life or the formation of events.
Julia Ormond's character performance was brilliant and influential, but Peter Dinklindj's performance was good but not special.
The music played a more prominent role than the rest of the film, followed by the angles of photography and colors. The output looked good without repeating some scenes. The script was based on philosophical dialogue as well as on the complex plot. I quote from what was attached to the film's poster, "We are nothing more than the memories we hold."
The film belongs to the Science Fiction and Mystery category, a Canadian production that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival 2017