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Old 02-02-2010, 10:01 AM
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Indeed, Memento is his masterpiece. His first movie Following is also worth to watch if one is into indie/low-budget films.
Saw it. Didn't love it. I'll see again someday. Nolan fan,I.
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How often have you watched Memento until you got it entirely? I needed four runs. First time was puzzling, second time I could cope with the reverse structure and understand the plot, third time I didn't get much new things and only at the fourth time I noticed the little hints which reveal the "truth".
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I watched it twice a few years ago and probably missed a lot of those hints. I should probably revisit it sometime.
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Old 02-02-2010, 10:23 AM
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How often have you watched Memento until you got it entirely? I needed four runs. First time was puzzling, second time I could cope with the reverse structure and understand the plot, third time I didn't get much new things and only at the fourth time I noticed the little hints which reveal the "truth".
Yep three or four times. I remember hearing an interview with Carrie Anne Moss on NPR where she said before making the film she had to read the script three times before she understood it!
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Indeed, Memento is his masterpiece. His first movie Following is also worth to watch if one is into indie/low-budget films.
Yup, that is what my theater is all about playing. I love art houses!
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