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Memento MoriDIE ALABASTERAUSSTATTUNG IM SALEMER MÜNSTER PASSION UND MEMENTO MORI. Symbol für Nächster Termin: Montag, , Blickpunkt: Film. Im Koma muss eine junge Frau in Gedanken den Albtraum noch einmal erleben, der sie ins Krankenhaus brachte. Belgischer Psychoschocker. Memento Mori. Genre: Horrorfilm; Produktionsland: Belgien. Im Koma muss eine junge Frau in Gedanken den Albtraum noch einmal erleben, der sie ins.
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Frequently Asked Questions This FAQ is empty. In the story's chronology, Leonard self-directively gets a tattoo of John G's license plate.
Finding a note in his clothes, he meets Natalie, a bartender who resents Leonard because he wears the clothes and drives the car of her boyfriend, Jimmy Grantz.
After understanding Leonard's condition, she uses it to get Leonard to drive a man named Dodd out of town and offers to run the license plate as a favor.
Meanwhile, Leonard meets with a contact, Teddy, who helps with Dodd, but warns about Natalie. Leonard finds that he had previously annotated his Polaroid of Teddy, warning himself not to trust him.
Natalie provides Leonard with the driver's license for a John Edward Gammell, Teddy's full name. Confirming Leonard's information on "John G" and his warnings, Leonard drives Teddy to an abandoned building, leading to the opening, where he shoots him.
In the final black-and-white sequence, prompted by the caller, Leonard meets with Teddy, an undercover officer, who has found Leonard's "John G", Jimmy, and directs Leonard to the abandoned building.
When Jimmy arrives, Leonard strangles him fatally and takes a Polaroid photo of the body. As the photo develops, the black-and-white transitions to the final color sequence.
Leonard swaps clothes with Jimmy, hearing him whisper "Sammy". As Leonard has only told Sammy's story to those he has met, he suddenly doubts Jimmy's role.
Teddy arrives and asserts that Jimmy was John G, but when Leonard is undeterred, Teddy claims that he helped him kill the real attacker a year ago, and he has been using Leonard ever since.
Teddy points out that since the name "John G" is common, Leonard will cyclically forget and begin again and that even Teddy himself has a "John G" name.
Further, Teddy claims that Sammy's story is Leonard's own story, a memory Leonard has repressed to escape guilt. After hearing Teddy confess all of this, Leonard burns the photograph of dead Jimmy and, in a monologue , explains that he is willing to lie to himself in order to get justice against anyone who has wronged him.
He therefore targets Teddy by ordering a tattoo of Teddy's license plate number and writing a note to himself that Teddy is not to be trusted so that he will mistake Teddy for John G.
Leonard drives off in Jimmy's car, confident that, despite this lie, he will retain enough awareness of the world to know that his actions have consequences.
The film is structured with two timelines: color sequences are alternated with black-and-white sequences. The latter are put together in chronological order.
The color ones, though shown forward except for the first one, which is shown in reverse , are ordered in reverse. Chronologically, the black-and-white sequences come first, the color sequences come next.
Using the numbering scheme suggested by Andy Klein—who took numbers from 1 to 22 for the black-and-white sequences and letters A—V for the color ones in his article for Salon magazine  —the plotting of the film as presented is: Opening Credits shown "backward" , 1, V, 2, U, 3, T, 4, S, There is a smooth transition from the black-and-white sequence 22 to color sequence A and it occurs during the development of a Polaroid photograph.
The chronological order of the story can be viewed as a "Hidden feature" on the 2-Disc Limited Edition Region 1 DVD  and the 3-Disc special Edition Region 2 DVD.
Stefano Ghislotti wrote an article in Film Anthology  which discusses how Nolan provides the viewer with the clues necessary to decode the plot as we watch and help us understand the chronology.
The color sequences include a brief overlap to help clue the audience into the fact that they are being presented in reverse order.
The purpose of the fragmented reverse sequencing is to force the audience into a sympathetic experience of Leonard's defective ability to create new long-term memories, where prior events are not recalled, since the audience has yet to see them.
In July , brothers Christopher and Jonathan Nolan took a cross-country road trip from Chicago to Los Angeles , as Christopher was relocating his home to the West Coast.
During the drive, Jonathan pitched the story for the film to his brother, who responded enthusiastically to the idea. The mysterious killer character known only as "John G.
Jonathan wrote the short story simultaneously, and the brothers continued to correspond, sending each other subsequent revisions of their respective works.
Jonathan's short story, titled " Memento Mori ," is radically different from Christopher's film, although it maintains the same essential elements.
In Jonathan's version, Leonard is instead named Earl and is a patient at a mental institution. Like Leonard, Earl leaves notes to himself and has tattoos with information about the killer.
However, in the short story, Earl convinces himself through his own written notes to escape the mental institution and murder his wife's killer.
Unlike the film, there is no ambiguity that Earl finds and kills the anonymous man. In July , Christopher Nolan's girlfriend later wife Emma Thomas showed his screenplay to Aaron Ryder , an executive for Newmarket Films.
Brad Pitt was initially slated to play Leonard. Pitt was interested in the part, but passed due to scheduling conflicts. Pearce was chosen partly for his "lack of celebrity" after Pitt passed, they "decided to eschew the pursuit of A-list stars and make the film for less money by using an affordable quality actor" , and his enthusiasm for the role, evidenced by a personal phone call Pearce made to Nolan to discuss the part.
After being impressed by Carrie-Anne Moss ' performance as Trinity in the science fiction film The Matrix , Jennifer Todd suggested her for the part of Natalie.
While Mary McCormack lobbied for the role, Nolan decided to cast Moss as Natalie, saying, "She added an enormous amount to the role of Natalie that wasn't on the page".
The rest of the film's characters were quickly cast after the three main leads were established. Stephen Tobolowsky and Harriet Sansom Harris play Sammy Jankis and his wife, respectively.
Mark Boone Junior landed the role of Burt, the motel clerk, because Jennifer Todd liked his "look and attitude" for the part as a result he has re-appeared in minor roles in other productions by Nolan.
Filming took place from September 7 to October 8, ,  a day shooting schedule. Pearce was on set every day during filming, although all three principal actors including Pantoliano and Moss performed together only on the first day, shooting exterior sequences outside Natalie's house.
All of Moss' scenes were completed in the first week,  including follow-up scenes at Natalie's home, Ferdy's bar, and the restaurant where she meets Leonard for the final time.
Pantoliano returned to the set late in the second week to continue filming his scenes. On September 25, the crew shot the opening scene in which Leonard kills Teddy.
Although the scene is in reverse motion, Nolan used forward-played sounds. Nolan was forced to blow the casing out of frame instead, but in the confusion, the crew shot it backwards.
The next day, on September 26, Larry Holden returned to shoot the sequence where Leonard attacks Jimmy. For the black-and-white scenes, Pearce was given free rein to improvise his narrative, allowing for a documentary feel.
The Travel Inn in Tujunga, California , was repainted and used as the interior of Leonard's and Dodd's motel rooms and the exterior of the film's Discount Inn.
Scenes in Sammy Jankis' house were shot in a suburban home close to Pasadena , while Natalie's house was located in Burbank.
However, one week before shooting began, the company placed several dozen train carriages outside the building, making the exterior unfilmable.
Since the interior of the building had already been built as a set, a new location had to be found. An oil refinery near Long Beach was used instead, and the scene where Leonard burns his wife's possessions was filmed on the other side of the refinery.
David Julyan composed the film's synthesized score. Julyan acknowledges several synthesized soundtracks that inspired him, such as Vangelis 's Blade Runner and Hans Zimmer 's The Thin Red Line.
But a sense of loss you feel but at the same time you don't know what it is you have lost, a sense of being adrift. The film gained substantial word-of-mouth press from the film festival circuit.
It premiered at the Venice Film Festival , where it received a standing ovation, and afterwards played at Deauville American Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival.
Its promotion tour ended at the Sundance Film Festival , where it played in January Finding American distributors proved more troublesome.
Memento was screened for various studio heads including Miramax chief Harvey Weinstein in March Although most of the executives loved the film and praised Nolan's talent, all passed on distributing the picture, believing it was too confusing and would not attract a large audience.
Newmarket, in a financially risky move, decided to distribute the film itself. The film's success was surprising to those who passed on the film, so much so that Weinstein realized his mistake and tried to buy the film from Newmarket.
Jonathan Nolan designed the film's official website. As with the marketing strategy of The Blair Witch Project , the website was intended to provide further clues and hints to introduce the story, while not providing any concrete information.
Clicking on highlighted words in the article leads to more material describing the film, including Leonard's notes and photographs as well as police reports.
Memento was released on DVD and VHS in the United States and Canada on September 4, , and in the United Kingdom on January 14, The UK edition contains a hidden feature that allows the viewer to watch the film in chronological order.
The Canadian version does not have this feature but the film chapters are set up to do this manually or through DVD programming.
The original US release does not have the chronological feature nor are the chapters set up correctly to do it. The film was later re-released in a limited edition DVD that features an audio commentary by Christopher Nolan, the original short story by Jonathan Nolan on which the film was based, and a Sundance Channel documentary on the making of the film.
The Limited Edition DVD is packaged to look like Leonard's case file from a mental institution, with notes scribbled by "doctors" and Leonard on the inside.
Some of the "materials" seem designed to induce paranoia and uncertainty a picture of one person whispering to another is captioned, "They know what you did" , alluding to Shelby's mental state.
Memento was re-released in the UK on a 3-disc Special Edition DVD on December 27, This release contains all the special features that are on the two US releases in one package plus a couple of new interviews.
The menus appear as tattoos on Leonard's body and are more straightforward than the US 2-disc limited edition DVD. Memento was released on Blu-ray on August 15, This release lacks the special features contained on the Limited Edition DVD, but does include the audio commentary by director Christopher Nolan.
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