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MEMENTO

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O D___Whole film streamed on Novamov website
O D___Otnemem publicity website
O D___Script

O D___Memento Mori
O D___Memento Mori short story by Jonathan Nolan
O D___Essay by US university student on how the story was adapted into the film
O D___Theoretical essay on the story & the film from Australian Media-Culture Journal

O D___Introductory
O D___Tips on how to study the film from eHow website
O D___Basic worksheet from Film Education
O D___Worksheet from Winsconsin University USA
O D___Worksheet from Regina University California
O D___IB Film Studies worksheets from San Diego High School
O D___Brief summary & commentary from New York University Literature, Arts & Medicine database
O D___Plot summary in film order & chronological order, from Memento Philosophers on Film book
O D___Chronological summary of plot from German student’s analysis
O D___Everything You wanted to Know about Memento -long, pioneering 2001 article from Salon website
O D___Notes on Leonard’s Polaroids by photographer Sean Cousin from his fascinating website Pentimento
O D___Lush plot diagrams by Italian graphics students from Density Design page on Flickr
O D___Witty discussion of some holes in the plot, from Slate website
O D___Somebody’s completely mad notes on ‘the true chronological story of Memento’
O D___Clever review, written backwards, on Are You Screening blog
O D___Excellent article, covering everything, on Exeter University teacher’s Spectacular Attractions blog

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Shot-by-Shot Analysis
O D___Fabulous shot-by-shot analysis of 3 minute sequence by Florida university student, on his website
O D___Analysis of un-developing Polaroid title sequence, on Scanners blog
O D___AS MS students’ notes on the opening sequence, found on Slideshare website

O D___Reviews
O D___Review by Chris Darke from Sight & Sound magazine
O D___Review from Nottingham University online journal Scope
O D___Review from online journal Images
O D___Critical review from H2S04 website

O D___Puzzle Film
O D___Article about non-linear films from Media Magazine
O D___Long. excellent article about ‘mind-fuck’ films from online journal Jump Cut
O D___Very basic article about how we make sense of Memento, from Left Field Cinema website
O D___Podcast version of Left Field Cinema article
O D___Extract about Memento from The Way Hollywood Tells It book by David Bordwell
O D___Chapter introducing ‘the mind-game film’ from puzzle films book
O D___Chapter about Memento from Puzzle Films book
O D___Short article on how cognitive psychology can help explain how we make sense of the film
O D___Long, helpful account of how we make sense of the film by Italian university teacher, on Film Anthology website
O D___Essay version of this website article from Journal of Moving Image Studies
O D___Article on repeat viewings of the film, from Film Studies journal
O D___Section on Memento & Irreversible from Canadian university student’s MA thesis on non-linear noir films
O D___Report on experiment showing audiences the film normally & chronologically. Unfortunately it’s written in Spanish!
O D___Short note by Michigan University teacher about teaching puzzle films like Memento, on In Media Res website

O D___Neo-Noir Film
O D___Helpful analysis of the narrative structure & ‘noirish’ features of the film by German university student
O D___Article about split identities in Memento & recent detective novel Fallen Angel, from Crime Culture website
O D___Chapter about noir characteristics, & about how we make sense of the film, from book on Memento & philosophy
O D___Chapter about existentialism, memory & identity in Point Blank & Memento from book on neo-noir & philosophy
O D___Just the Memento section of this chapter

O D___Culture & Society
O D___Long. excellent article about ‘mind-fuck’ films from online journal Jump Cut
O D___Hostile review from H2S04 website, discussing the absence of any social context etc
O D___Article discussing cultural unease in Memento & Fight Club from US Studies in Popular Culture journal
O D___US university student’s MA thesis on violence & masculinity in Memento
O D___Chapter on Memento from Sydney University student’s political philosophy PhD thesis

O D___Philosophy
O D___Short ‘philosophical analysis of Memento’ by US university student, shared on Scribd website
O D___Chapter about Memento from book on film & philosophy
O D___Chapter about Memento from another book on film & philosophy
O D___Chapter about John Locke & Memento from book on neo-noir & philosophy
O D___Chapter on Memento from Sydney University student’s political philosophy PhD thesis
O D___Lesson notes relating Memento to various traditional philosophers, by London adult education teacher
O D___Memento section from US PhD dissertation applying ideas from philosopher Emmanual Levinas to three films
O D___Article relating Memento to ideas from Henri Bergson & Gilles Deleuze from The Journal of Speculative Philosophy
O D___Article applying theories from Deleuze to Memento, from Comparative Literature & Culture journal
O D___Another article on Deleuze & Memento, this one from ‘journal of neuro-aesthetic theory’ Artbrain
O D___Conference paper on Memento, Fight Club, Eternal Sunshine & Deleuze. A bit easier to understand
O D___Essay relating Memento to 18th century philosopher David Hume’s ideas on identity & personal responsibility

O D___Films & Memory
O D___Text of conference talk by US university teacher on how Leonard uses tattoos & photos to construct an identity
O D___Video version of this conference talk, with sound & visuals
O D___US university student’s essay on Memento & memory, from his website
O D___Short article on how cognitive psychology can help explain how we make sense of the film -& Leonard’s memory
O D___Old fashioned ‘reflections on the value of memory’ & the film by NY Philosophy professor, from his website
O D___Memento section of New Zealand student’s PhD on memory & technology
O D___Article on how memory is represented in film, from Barcelona University journal Formats
O D___Article on whether memory can be simulated in films, from Journal of Moving Image Studies
O D___Article on photographs & memory, inc discussion of Memento & other films, from US art journal South Central Review
O D___Article on the film, briefly explaining anterograde amnesia, on Royal College of Psychiatrists website
O D___BBC TV documentary about a real-life case of anterograde amnesia, Man Without a Memory
O D___Daily Telegraph obituary of a famous case

O D___Photography & Films
O D___Illustrated notes on Leonard’s Polaroids by photographer & Polaroid fan Sean Cousin-
O D___his fascinating website Pentimento includes several more things on photographs in films, & his own photography
O D___Text of conference talk by US university teacher on how Leonard uses tattoos & photos to construct an identity
O D___Flashy video version of this conference talk, with sound & visuals
O D___Article on photographs & memory, inc discussion of Memento & other films, from US art journal South Central Review
O D___Article on photographs in classic film noir films, from American Studies journal




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