Memento, Memory and Meaning
by Logos Made Flesh
Logos Made Flesh discusses memory and interpretation in Christopher Nolan’s 2000 film, Memento, demonstrating how the film’s structure mirrors the perspective of protagonist, Leonard Shelby, a character unable to form new memories.
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