Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Movie Review: Memory Channel

Memory Channel is an edgy film that tackles anxiety/ panic attacks triggered by retrograde amnesia in a person desperately seeking and rebuilding a distorted past. He realizes in the end that his future cannot and must not be defined solely by his past. His present is as relevant as his past to his future.

Experimental and Groundbreaking. The film reminds me of early works of Raymond Red.  Aside from its strong sense of visual style the film is more than dialogue and a concept.
This is a kind of film that raises as many questions as it answers. Memory Channel keep things as simple and direct as possible, trusting that the interplay  of their actors at their most frayed will keep the movie alive and intense. I'm glad to catch this as this is a surprise film for me in this year's World Premieres Film Festival Filipino section.

My Verdict:  3.5/5


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