Although I knew very little about Memoria before watching, I’m familiar with Weerasethakul’s cinematic language. As I expected, the film is a meditative exercise in patience. For most of the film, you could hear a pin drop in the enormous auditorium at the Royal Festival Hall. Tilda Swinton’s subtle acting here is the highlight as we explore places and people through her point of view. Compared to the directors other films, I found this story much subtler and constrained. This…
*Synth starts playing*
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