An ambitious psychiatrist is researching a strange and unique mental state: hypermnesia, first of all because he would like to help his amnesic father. When he finds a patient with hypermnesia, he decides to take him out of the mental hospital at his own risk and study him. An unusual relationship is formed between the two men, which starts to endanger the doctor's career, his marriage and even the patient himself.
The story of the film is set in the period from the 1940s until today in the Pannonian plain (the plain in the Central Europe), in an area of elusive boundaries, mysterious and unstable spiritual identity. The witness of the time is a Jewish boy Benya Cohn who, with his eye wide open, remembers the tragedy of his family, in the shadow of the Holocaust, concentration camps and new wars.
Louis, a retired man, resists the overprotection of his daughter Nina to keep his independence.
Evan Williams' first feature film! Only 100 copies of the DVD exist!
Documentary short film extolling the virtues of the American Community Chest charity program and its value to the Allied war effort.
AUS DER FERNE – THE MEMO BOOK (1989) is a reminiscence of a friend who had died of AIDS. His own mourning finds expression in the blending of found and original material, which seems to become one with the film material.
In this anime trilogy, a salvage ship crew happens upon a haunted vessel in Magnetic Rose; a cold tablet turns a lab worker into a biological weapon in Stink Bomb; and an urban populace carries on an endless war with an unseen foe in Cannon Fodder. Three years in the making, the thought-provoking anthology features eye-popping action and directorial work by a trio of genre geniuses: Kôji Morimoto, Tensai Okamura and Katsuhiro Ôtomo. "Memories" is made up of three separate science-fiction stories. In the first, "Magnetic Rose," four space travelers are drawn into an abandoned spaceship that contains a world created by one woman's memories. In "Stink Bomb," a young lab assistant accidentally transforms himself into a human biological weapon set on a direct course for Tôkyô. The final episode, "Cannon Fodder," depicts a day in the life of a city whose entire purpose is the firing of cannons at an unseen enemy.
This multi-layered animation explores autobiographical memory and the cultural elements of our earliest childhood memory. Often episodic, this recollection of personally experienced past events often emerge from as early as three years old. After the age of five, these memories become elusive. A journey back to where it all began can be both beautiful and enlightening.
While attending a retrospect of his work, a filmmaker recalls his life and his loves: the inspirations for his films.
A sweeping romantic epic set in Japan in the years before World War II, a penniless Japanese child is torn from her family to work as a maid in a geisha house.
Widower Amir searches for memories of his wife. Diving into the past, he forgets he also has responsibilities towards his young daughter.
Ivan Cohen is a young boy living in Palo Alto, California. Unsatisfied by his slacker group of friends, his love for a girl who doesn't know he exist and a dysfunctional family life, he is struggling to find his place in the world. Based on the book Palo Alto by James Franco.
After a freak accident, an invisible yuppie runs for his life from a treacherous CIA official while trying to cope with his new life.
After a publisher changes a writer's debut novel about a deadly assassin from fiction to nonfiction, the author finds himself thrust into the world of his lead character, and must take on the role of his character for his own survival.
Dr. Taylor Biggs is haunted by a past that's not his own. A hallucinatory drug gives him the power to see visions of vicious crimes, visions made all that more disturbing when he discovers that the murderous memories may belong to the father he never knew . Biggs's mother, whose own failing memory makes her powerless to help him unravel his family history.
“Broken Memories” is a romantic drama that depicts the often-untold story of a family caregiver tending to an elderly parent. Once estranged from his family, Levi (Ivan Sergei), puts his life on hold to care for his father, Jasper (Rance Howard), who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease. After Jasper wanders off one too many times, Levi eventually is resigned to hiring a beautiful and somewhat mysterious caregiver named Maggie (Kelly Greyson). Her patience and warmth begin to rebuild a bridge between father and son as the old family house begins to resemble a home once again. Unfortunately, Maggie has her own turbulent past that eventually catches up with her and changes everything in a burst of violence.
Fatal Memories is the story of two sisters dealing with the murder of their mother. One of the sisters, April, is the primary suspect in the investigation, but she is traumatized and unable to recall what happened. The other sister, Sutton, is determined to prove April’s innocence, and knows that discovering the truth depends on recovering April’s repressed memories.
Narumi Fujishima is an ordinary high school boy who remains isolated from his fellow classmates. One afternoon fellow classmate Ayaka Shinozaki invites Narumi to join the gardening club and introduces him to a reclusive detective named Alice. Alice hires Narumi as an assistant and puts him to work solving the strange mysteries of Angel fix, an illegal drug. Little does he know it could put him and Ayaka in serious trouble.
The story of families haunted, despite themselves, by a past that has not died.
In Loving Memory is a British period sitcom set in an undertakers business that starred Thora Hird and Christopher Beeny. A pilot was transmitted in 1969 by Thames Television who rejected the idea before it was finally accepted by Yorkshire Television in 1979 where it further ran for five series between until 1986.
After suffering a setback following his friend's betrayal, Yoo Jin-woo travels to Spain for a business trip. There, he stays at a hostel owned by a former guitarist named Jung Hee-joo; and both get entangled in a mysterious incident.
Kurau Phantom Memory is a 2004 science fiction anime series, produced by Bones and Media Factory, which was broadcast in Japan by the anime television networks Animax and TV Asahi. Set primarily in the year 2110, it explores themes such as inter-familial relationships and ethics in science. The series was licensed by A.D. Vision for North American localization for $960,000 since the first episode aired, and the first DVD was released on April 10, 2007. In 2008, the series was transferred from A.D. Vision to Funimation Entertainment, along with over 30 other titles.
After failing his college entrance exams, 18 year-old Tsukasa Mizugaki is offered a position at the renowned SAI Corporation, known for its production and management of Giftia, androids that possess human emotions. Tsukasa’s position is in the terminal service department where the main job is to recover Giftias that are close to their expiration, a graveyard department in every sense. To make matters worse, Tsukasa is ordered to work with Isla, a female Giftia who is never given any responsibility other than serving tea to co-workers.
Memorialul Durerii is a Romanian Television documentary series about persecution, the labor camp system, anti-communist resistance and the secret police in communist Romania. It started airing in 1991. The main producer is Lucia Hossu-Longin. One of the most memorable interviews on the show was the one conducted in 1992 with Elisabeta Rizea, who joined an anti-Communist guerrilla group in the early 1950s, and then spent 12 years in prison, being subjected to torture.
Memory Bank was a daytime gameshow which was shown on Five in the UK. It featured several rounds of memory themed games. In the final round the contestant was shown fifteen words and each word remembered was worth a cash prize. The show was presented by Jonathan Gould and Rachel Pierman. Three contestants were featured in each episode. The show shared a similar format to Five's popular daytime quiz BrainTeaser, sometimes described as its sister show. Both featured viewer puzzles where viewers at home could call in to win cash prizes. Initially the series had a flatter structure that BrainTeaser, in that all three contestants participated in all of the rounds until the final, where only the one with the highest score would proceed; however, in June 2004 the series was revamped to follow a pattern later adopted by BrainTeaser whereby one contestant was eliminated at a time until eventually only one contestant remained. The show, which began in April 2004, was last aired in October 2004; originally episodes were 30 minutes in length, and this format produced moderately high enough viewing figures to convince Five to extend the show to an hour in length by June 2004 in an attempt to emulate the more competitive format of BrainTeaser; however, this would eventually transpire to be series' undoing, as the new format proved less popular with viewers; having failed to repeat the success of BrainTeaser following the extension in length, Five cancelled Memory Bank in October 2004.
Memory Game was a short-lived American television game show that aired on NBC. The series – hosted by former baseball star and then-current Today personality Joe Garagiola – ran from February 15 to July 30, 1971. The show's creator and packager was Merv Griffin, and its announcer was Johnny Olson, a legendary game-show announcer more synonymous with Goodson-Todman Productions, who would launch CBS' The New Price is Right the following year.
Scrapbook Memories was a how-to television series airing on DIY Network in the United States hosted by Beth Madland and Julie McGuffee. The series debuted as a special in 1999 and as a regular series in 2002, and was filmed in various places throughout Wisconsin.
Take a stroll back in time to the days when the general store was the town meeting-place, country fairs were the highlight of the season, one-room schoolhouses dotted the countryside and elegant steamboats sailed Lake Champlain. Archival footage from the 1800s-1930s and lively interviews portray Vermont as our grandparents remember it. Highlights include early skiing and the wild days of Prohibition.
A young couple finds their love rekindled after being separated for ten years. Lu Fei, a seemingly perfect Prince Charming unexpectedly encounters the stubborn and rebellious young lady Xin Chen. Despite their clashing personalities, they find themselves drawn to one another and eventually fall in love. However, they later separate, and it is not until ten years later, when Lu Fei lets go of his newly burgeoning company overseas and returns to search for Xin Chen, that they rediscover the meaning of their love.
A human drama describing the life of a talented lawyer diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s, as he comes face to face with himself and his family. A 50-something lawyer, Hidehisa Honjo (Kiichi Nakai), diagnosed with an early-onset Alzheimer-like form of dementia, keeps forgetting the things he must remember while constantly being reminded of the things he longs to forget. What he longs to forget is the fact that his son died in a car accident in the past. The person responsible for his son’s death has never been apprehended. Unable to face the past until now and thinking only about his job while neglecting his new family, as he begins to gradually lose his memory, he takes on his last case and the challenge of uncovering the past during what remains of his life. Losing his memory causes him to break away from the world and his own suffering. As he looks back on his life, which he had come to think of as extremely successful, and tries to repair the relationship with his estranged family, he will discover what’s really important in life.