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Memoria 2021 123movies

Memoria 2021 123movies

Aug. 20, 2021136 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – From the extraordinary mind of Palme D’or winning director Apichatpong Weerasethakul, and starring Academy Award winner Tilda Swinton, comes a bewildering drama about a Scottish woman, who, after hearing a loud ‘bang’ at daybreak, begins experiencing a mysterious sensory syndrome while traversing the jungles of Colombia.
Plot: A Scottish orchid farmer visiting her ill sister in Bogota, Colombia, befriends a young musician and a French archaeologist in charge of monitoring a century-long construction project to tunnel through the Andes mountain range. Each night, she is bothered by increasingly loud bangs which prevent her from getting any sleep.
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Wildly Beautiful and Imaginative
*Watched at Cannes 2021 World Premiere*

The work of Thai director Apichatpong Weerasethakul (try saying that five times fast) have never fully been able to register with audiences outside of the festival circuit. He has amassed universal critical acclaim since he graced the Cannes Riviera in 2004 with “Tropical Malady.” He creates gaps between his feature films by creating several short films, some of which eventually are spawned into feature-length, such as the 2009 short “A Letter to Uncle Boonmee” becoming the 2010 Palme d’Or winning “Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives.” Now in 2021, Weerasethakul is stepping outside of his native Thailand for “Memoria,” (translated from the Latin word “memory”) which prompted another return to Cannes, this time netting him the Jury Prize.

The first English-language film for Weerasethakul, “Memoria” is set within Colombia, following Tilda Swinton from destination to destination. The film opens with a surprising jumpscare illustrating our main character’s problem, which is that she often hears a loud crashing noise that seems to be confined entirely within her head. This noise confounds her, leading to an investigation into what exactly it is and why it is happening, which puts her in contact with a sound engineering student, a morgue doctor, and a strange fisherman offering profound insights on memory and identity.

Those familiar with the work of Weerasethakul will know that the plot is not the driving force behind the ultimate narrative. Instead, the visuals and sound work do the bulk of the heavy lifting. Within “Memoria,” dialogue is seldom found for long stretches at a time, leaving the viewer to look at the screen like one would look at a painting, soaking in as much information as possible. This restriction of information will irritate those looking for answers to the questions the film raises, which Weerasethakul doesn’t have any intention of addressing. The Cannes World Premiere garnered nearly fifty walkouts from disgruntled viewers, and several nodding heads from the slow pacing that were often reawakened by the mysterious crashing noise, which shook the theatre.

Swinton acts less like a character and more like a wandering observer. Never shot in closeup and always present of the world around her, she moves from place to place, learning new information about her condition, all without much dialogue from her end. The first half of the film is where Swinton does most of her traveling, which keeps the film moving at a steady, yet still slow, pace. Much of the “action” within these journeys would be considered filler in most mainstream projects, such as Swinton waiting patiently for the sound engineer to finish his work before addressing her, or an unbroken take consisting solely of car alarms going off.

The last hour of the film is where some will applaud and others will boo (just as they did at the world premiere). Swinton’s final journey takes her to a remote village housing a fisherman who claims to remember everything about his life. The two of them engage in an extended conversation that explores the strange connection they share. To an extent, the conversation acts as a vessel for Weerasethakul to talk to his audience about his ideas about cinema and life. It’s a bold move by a director not known for boldness, and is one that teeters reshapes the way you look at the world at its best and teeters on self-aggrandizing at its worst. Weerasethakul ties his thesis up in a perfect bow with an ultimate answer that is fittingly incomprehensible and produces several more questions.

“Memoria” is a work for the cinephiles that need an escape from the noise of the modern world. It’s wildly beautiful and imaginative, all while challenging your patience and viewpoints. Go in with an open mind, and you find yourself enlightened.

Review By: hunter-friesen Rating: 7 Date: 2021-09-17
This movie could easily be 45min shorter and it still would feel to long!
Maybe this movie was to overhyped for me, but it probably is the biggest disappointment of 2021 for me.

The concept was ambitious, but the movie still cant decide what it wants to be and in the last 10mins it completely shifts its genre, which was just to much…

Tilda Swinton is brilliant in it, no doubt, but this plot, that gets dragged out more and more (and I usually love slow paced movies, but that was even to much for me) simply doesnt help itself. It reminded me a bit of LOST at times, where it mysteriously opens up a loooot of questions but never answers any of those…. or you could say… “it leaves it up for interpretation”. A second viewing would certainly help you to understand those connections better, but I cant make myself endure this another time.

Its such a shame that this amazing idea has not been executed much more smoothly.

Review By: FilmFlowCritics Rating: 3 Date: 2021-11-08

Other Information:

Original Title Memoria
Release Date 2021-08-20
Release Year 2021

Original Language en
Runtime N/A
Budget 0
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Status Released
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Genre Drama, Sci-Fi
Director Apichatpong Weerasethakul
Writer Apichatpong Weerasethakul
Actors Tilda Swinton, Elkin Díaz, Jeanne Balibar
Country Colombia, Thailand, France, Germany, Mexico, Qatar, United Kingdom, China, Switzerland
Awards 3 wins & 6 nominations
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Original title Memoria
TMDb Rating 7.3 14 votes

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