Embers (I) (2015)

Not Rated   |    |  Drama, Sci-Fi

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After a global neurological epidemic, those who remain search for meaning and connection in a world without memory.

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10 June 2017 | hathor008
| I wanted to like this but it was too much of a downer.
I feel like the movie did a good job of portraying the scenario it set out to explore. But it made me really sad, not in an Eternal Sunshine kind of way either, but in an existential way.

Too much fridge horror for my liking. If humanity got hit by a virus like this, our species would essentially be extinct. Given that this is a drama and not a horror movie, it made it all the worse, the stakes are too high and the odds of fixing anything are too low.

It was a disturbing thing because I have personally experienced bouts of amnesia and I can't think of anything scarier than this. I recall how I felt when I saw 50 First Dates, this is taking that concept to a global level and it is very unsettling to explore that on screen.

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