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Memoria  2021
Director:  Apichatpong Weerasethakul
Producer:
  Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Diana Bustamante, Julia Chavezmontes, Charles de Meaux, Simon Field, Keith Griffiths and Michael Weber
Art Director:
  Juan Diaz B.
Editor:
  Lee Chatametikool
Music:
  César López
Screenplay:
  Apichatpong Weerasethakul
Director of Photography:
  Sayombhu Mukdeeprom
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Cast:
people1 Tilda Swinton
spacer1 Elkin Diaz
people1 Jeanne Balibar
spacer1 Juan Pablo Urrego
spacer1 Agnes Brekke
spacer1 Daniel Giménez Cacho
spacer1 Jerónimo Barón
spacer1 Daniel Toro
spacer1 Constanza Guitérrez
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people1 Tilda Swinton spacer1 Elkin Diaz people1 Jeanne Balibar
spacer1 Juan Pablo Urrego spacer1 Agnes Brekke spacer1 Daniel Giménez Cacho
spacer1 Jerónimo Barón spacer1 Daniel Toro spacer1 Constanza Guitérrez
people1 Tilda Swinton spacer1 Elkin Diaz
people1 Jeanne Balibar spacer1 Juan Pablo Urrego
spacer1 Agnes Brekke spacer1 Daniel Giménez Cacho
spacer1 Jerónimo Barón spacer1 Daniel Toro
spacer1 Constanza Guitérrez spacer1

Synopsis:
Visiting her sister in Bogota, Jessica (Tilda Swinton) is woken up by a loud bang, audible only to her. Restless and disoriented, she roams the city in search of an explanation or the mysterious sound, becoming immersed in the aural richness around her – whispers in a hospital room, sound effects playing in an editing studio, indiscreet noises from a city square. Despite being present throughout, Jessica’s motives remain opaque and her encounters enigmatic.

Shooting a feature outside Thailand for the first time, Weerasethakul continues to probe the unknowable. Drawing on the familiar themes of sleep, memory, past lives, verdant landscapes and dreams, Memoria retains its own enthralling logic as the filmmaker employs his status as an outsider in Colombia to further amplify the power of the impenetrable. The film’s commitment to sound allows us to follow Jessica to the threshold of personal and collective memory and provides a rare cinematic experience that will reverberate for a long time to come.

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