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USA 2018
produced by
Carolyn Maher
directed by Sean Mannion
starring Sarah Schoofs, Shivantha Wijesinha, Lauren A. Kennedy, Kitty Ostapowicz, Rory Lipede, Chaz H. Cleveland, Matthew Addison, Tara Cioletti, June Dare, Alex Bone, Phillip Andry, Lauren Shaw, Jeremy Minagro, Corinne Fisher, Jamie Williford, Ismael Maldonado, Jeff Davis, Lars Fuchs, Ginny Leise, Myles Austin
written by Sean Mannion, music by Valerie Opielski, songs by Late Cambrian, Radiana, The Shondes, Kevin MacLeod, visual effects by Myles Austin

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Jennifer (Sarah Schoofs) and Tommy's (Shivantha Wijesinha) relationship has seen better days - especially in the bedroom department it's just lacking, and much to Jennifer's despair, as she wants to get more and more adventurous, sexually, while Tommy isn't interested at all of late. Also, their interests drift more and more apart: Basically, Tommy has become a VHS enthusiast of late, something Jennifer can't understand since the technology is long outdated, and when he tries to buy an old tape for a shitload of money even though he know the movie's shit, it only leaves her flabberghasted. Then though she finds a tape in his collection she quickly becomes fascinated by, Meme, a weird mash-up tape that might or might not have some higher meaning, but Jennifer is determined to find that out.

Eventually, Tommy admits to Jennifer he has had sex with fellow tape collector Carrie (Kitty Ostapowicz), upon which Jennifer leaves pretty much immediately, crashing on her best friend Lesley's (Lauren A. Kennedy) couch, and the first few weeks, she just spends drinking her sorrow away, enough to get Lesley worried. But to get her life back on track, she eventually picks up investigating the mystery behind Meme once more - and finds out its meaning might just be for her to make her own mash-up tape, to give her life meaning again ...


Now in pure writing, Meme probably doesn't sound like much, just the typical story of a relationship gone wrong - but it's the approach writer/director Sean Mannion has chosen that makes all the difference, mixing its rather down-to-earth basic plot with aspects of experimental filmmaking, at times defying chronological storytelling, at time even questioning what's real in the film and what's not. And all of this makes the film a wonderful, at times otherworldly puzzle, held together by a strong ensemble with Sarah Schoofs giving her all in the lead.

Definitely worth a watch!

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