Remember (I) (2015)

R   |    |  Drama, Mystery, Thriller

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With the aid of a fellow Auschwitz survivor and a hand-written letter, an elderly man with dementia goes in search of the person he believes to be responsible for the death of his family in the death camp to kill him himself.




  • Atom Egoyan at an event for Remember (2015)
  • Martin Landau in Remember (2015)
  • Dean Norris in Remember (2015)
  • Stephanie Fabrizi at the 'Remember' Premiere at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.
  • Atom Egoyan and Martin Landau at an event for Remember (2015)
  • Christopher Plummer in Remember (2015)

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29 May 2016 | zetes
| Solid film from Egoyan
Atom Egoyan may never reach the heights of Exotica or The Sweet Hereafter again, but he's definitely made some solid films since then. Here's another one. I don't even remember hearing about it when it came out (late last year in Canada and March in the US), but it's a pretty good little revenge thriller. Think Memento but with a very old Holocaust survivor out looking for long hidden Nazis. Christopher Plummer plays Zev, who is spurred on by fellow Holocaust survivor and roommate Martin Landau to search for and kill a rumored Auschwitz worker. 90 years old, Plummer has lost a lot of his memory, but Landau remembers and guides him. Dean Norris also co-stars as the son of that possible Nazi. It's a small thriller (obviously not super thrilling given the ages of those involved), but it's good with a fine central performance. Definitely worth a look.

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