Wellspring Media | Release Date: February 24, 2006
4.2
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Mixed or average reviews based on 13 Ratings
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[Anonymous]Mar 12, 2006
Even if it wasn't a hoax, it felt like reality TV at its most hokey.
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BenJ.Oct 1, 2006
While the film was well constructed -- it was very much presented as if the subjects case of amnesia were authentic; briefly mentioning false cases exist without exploring the possibility in this instance. Case-in-point: the subject could While the film was well constructed -- it was very much presented as if the subjects case of amnesia were authentic; briefly mentioning false cases exist without exploring the possibility in this instance. Case-in-point: the subject could not recall people, places, or the taste of any food -- re-learning what a strawberry was in one scene. Interestingly, the ability to speak, read, write, etc. are all intact. Hmmmmm. Expand
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AlexFeb 23, 2006
Unconvincing, in the extreme.
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HerbertA.May 15, 2007
Pretty fake in my opinion because he forgets some cute concepts( the taste of chocolate) and yet retains the understanding of some very complex concepts, such as governing, value of money, friendship and so on.
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MorriBeyMay 7, 2011
Nah. Whilst it has an excellent story the reluctance of the person to be involved in the project lets the entire documentary down. This can be seen by how the director tries to fills the void with 'vanilla sky' time lapse sequences but withNah. Whilst it has an excellent story the reluctance of the person to be involved in the project lets the entire documentary down. This can be seen by how the director tries to fills the void with 'vanilla sky' time lapse sequences but with an reluctant and somewhat boring subject matter. it fails to pass as a documentary worthy of even a final film student. Expand
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