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In Memory Of

USA 2018
produced by
Jackie Kelly, Jeremy Wallace, Trevor Williams, Jason Christ (executive), Jason Limberg (executive), Eric Stanze (executive) for Wicked Pixel Cinema
directed by Eric Stanze
starring Jackie Kelly, Jason Christ, Adam Ahlbrandt, Emily Haack, D.J. Vivona, Jim Ousley, Gus Stevenson, Haley Madison, Jason Allen Wolfe, Nadina Schulte, Katie Groshong, Chaz Minner, Stephen Potter, Travis Brown, Stacey Rios, Jeremy Wallace, Eric Stanze, Reggie Ellison, Hailey Dunavant, Angelia Sanderson, Sam Starck (voice), Trent D. Pappan (voice), Ford Fanter (voice)
written by Jason Christ, Eric Stanze, Jackie Kelly, music by Rocky Gray, Gus Stevenson

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Amber (Jackie Kelly) hasn't been herself lately, and it seems that she suffers from severe memory loss and random hallucinations, and sometimes things seem to happen to her out of sequence or repeat themselves in slightly altered ways. This all might have to do with a medical experiment that she has taken part him, and now she's on a wild goose chase through the country to track down the man, Simon (Jason Christ), who's responsible for it all, and who might actually be in her pursuit, and who gives her clues that don't always make perfect sense on first sight. So Amber runs into all kinds of weird people on her way to Simon, from a guy (D.J. Vivona) who constantly thinks she's a prostitute to a hitchhiker (Emily Haack) who out of the blue acts like her best friend, from her manager at work (Jim Ousley) who constantly puts her down whatever she's doing, to her aunt (Nadina Schulte) who has been like a mother to her but who has died ages ago. Even though Amber fails to make perfect sense of it all, she manages to find the missing pieces of the puzzle that are her mind - but when putting them together she has to realize she doesn't like to much what she's seeing ...


Now this is certainly not your run-of-the-mill horror flick, not a formula movie that explains everything away eventually - actually, In Memory Of is a film that leaves its audience at least as confused as its protagonist, and that often veers off into experimental modes of storytelling or even surrealism ... and that's what makes it absolutely fascinating, a highly atmospheric, labyrinthine piece of genre cinema that twists and turns throughout, seemingly enjoying to feed the viewer false leads, and that at the same time tells a very clever story in a unique way, thanks to a tight script, a solid directorial effort, and a strong cast.

Certainly unusual, but all the better for it!

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