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A suspense-filled story of Zev, an Auschwitz survivor who discovers that the Nazi guard who murdered his family some seventy years ago; is living in America under an assumed identity. With the aid of a friend, Zev sets out on a gripping journey that tests both his will and his fading memory as it brings him closer to the retribution he seeks.
Publisher: [Santa Monica, CA] : Lionsgate, [2016]
Edition: Spanish subtitled version
Branch Call Number: DVD REMEMBER
Characteristics: video file,DVD video
digital,optical,surround,5.1 Dolby digital
1 videodisc (94 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in


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AL_KATI Oct 18, 2016

Whoa! I did not see the end coming. Christopher Plummer was amazing.

A story with an unpredictable ending about a Auschwitz' s survivor who searches for his own enemy with one vendetta.

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Feb 22, 2018

A quality movie, overall. Well written script with interesting characters, an understated tenseness throughout, and an unexpected twist. A great performance by Christopher Plummer.

Feb 12, 2018

A pretty good movie which keeps you guessing till the end. Well acted.

Jan 28, 2018

Interesting movie.

Dec 28, 2017

I wasn't too thrilled sitting through this, but I think it stands up very well on reflection. I compare it to biblical material in that there are plenty of inconsistencies and improbabilities, and also a sense of truth and wonder. If one confines one's considerations only to the implications of 'remember', meaning might reveal itself in all its wonder.

Aug 18, 2017

Great movie. A man suffering from Dementia goes on trip to find a Nazi criminal and also finds himself.

Jun 08, 2017

Wonderful acting, some surprising plot twists, and in spite of the improbability of some of the events, a great story. One of Atom Egoyan's better films.

May 13, 2017

Average outing from Atom Egoyan- not his worst but not his best either. Worth watching for Christopher Plummer- it's a masterclass in acting.

May 13, 2017

Great movie. The acting is superb.

May 05, 2017

Escape from a nursing home, escape from a hospital, quality hotel check-ins without a credit card, police unable to trace the movements, double border crossing using the same trick - this movie certainly insults the common sense of viewers, let alone of the professionals who work in these services. Even considering the dementia of the main character, his behaviour in the movie does not support the final twist. Best moments - great acting from all the well-known German actors.

Mar 21, 2017

Started off very depressing as a senile old man looked for potential Nazi guards for revenge. But the ending was unexpected.

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Jan 28, 2018

Tyler: My name's Tyler

[extends hand]

Zev Gutman: [shakes hand] Nice to meet you, Tyler. My name is Zev.

Tyler: That's a strange name.

Zev Gutman: In Hebrew, it means wolf.

Tyler: Cool.

Jun 20, 2016

There were clue crumbs throughout the film and these quotes did not help me to see the whole picture until the last scenes:

--You're lying.
-No. It's the first time I haven't lied in 70 years.
-He couldn't have known what he was doing.
--He knew exactly what he was doing.
-What? What are you talking about, Max?
Six months ago, God smiled upon me when you moved to the senior housing community. I immediately recognized you from Auschwitz, although you did not remember me. We are the last living survivors from our prison block. Besides me, you are the only person who could still recognize the face of the man who murdered our families.

Jun 20, 2016

-Nice to meet you, Tyler. My name's Zev.
--That's a strange name.
-In Hebrew, it means "Wolf."
MAX: I have planned everything for you. You must follow these steps precisely. Cross them off as you
accomplish each task.
--Were you at Auschwitz?
-No! We are too old for lies. I didn't know about Auschwitz until after the war. I was in North Africa. With General Rommel.
--You have proof?
-Yes. Over there. When I became a US citizen, the immigration officer asked me if I had ever associated with the Nazi government of Germany or worked at a concentration camp. I told the officer what I'll tell you. Yes, I served for my country. I was a soldier. I was a proud German and that's what the men did. I'm still proud of my service.


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Sep 08, 2016

With the aid of a fellow Auschwitz survivor and a hand-written letter, an elderly man with dementia goes in search of the person responsible for the death of his family. Atom Egoyan film. 71%/78%


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