Memento: Subjective Reality
by Jesse Tribble
In this video essay, Jesse Tribble makes the case that Christopher Nolan’s Memento (2002) is one of the best depictions of subjective reality. Through its unconventional story structure and characters expressing different philosophies, the film plays on our perceptions of reality and exudes a kind of intellectual authority.
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