Remember Synopsis
After discovering that the Nazi guard responsible for the deaths of his family members is living in America under an assumed identity, a man sets out to deliver long overdue justice.
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Movie Reviews

Amazing Ending

By stevenasong
So great to see Christopher Plummer in a leading role. People win awards for playing characters with mental and physical limitations and challenges, and dementia should be up there as well. The...

POWERFUL, SUBTLE, ENGAGING!!

By simberl
Watching Christopher Plummer is pure film magic! His eyes convey more than a million words ever could. Watching Christopher Plummer AND Martin Landau together.......is a filmgoers dream! ...

STUNNING tour de force!

By Sammypie1112
Props to Christopher Plummer for his 'role of a lifetime' performance, to Benjamin August who penned this beautifully intricate and surprising tale, and to director Atom Egoyan who deftly drew our...

Do not miss this...

By lebark
A great story. Well written. Well cast. Brilliantly performed and directed and edited. Will leave you with much to think about....

Remember

By bigm35
I must be the only person that saw this movie that did not find it that great. The ending sent chills up my spine but the time it took to get to the ending I thought was tedioius. The Texas state...

Marvelous!!!

By 3398Tullamore
The story begins as a poignant tale of a man who has lost his wife and who suffers from dementia. It slowly progresses to a tale of that man going on a mission with a letter to remind him of every...

Fascinating Twist

By bniforth
One of the best Holocaust themed films I've seen. I loved the wonderful performances by these mature actors....

Tense and well done

By olarsch
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Unexpected ending.

By mchill1962
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Astounding, heartfelt, beautiful

By carlchampionjr316
This is a required viewing for film fans in my opinion. Plummer is in top form here and should be considered for real awards this year and the supporting cast leaves no stone unturned. Dean Norris...

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Rated R | For Language and A Sequence of Violence
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Powerful, moody post-Holocaust drama has violent scenes.
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