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AmnesiA (2001)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Comedy, Drama, Thriller
Release Date:December 1, 2004
Running time:87 minutes
Cast:Fedja Van Huet, Carice Van Houten, Sacha Bulthuis, Theo Maassen, Cas Enklaar
Director:Martin Koolhoven
Producer:Jeroen Beker, Frans Van Gestel
Writer:Martin Koolhoven
Distributor:A-Film Distribution

Web Site: http://www.nomoreheroes.nl/AmnesiA.html

Description: Alex, a 28-year-old photographer, is no longer able to photograph people, for some mysterious reason. Every time he focuses his camera on someone, the same woman appears in his viewfinder--an image he cannot bear. Then, his brother Aram, whom he has not seen or spoke to for years, unexpectedly phones and asks him to come to their parental home because their severely ill mother may not have long to live. He panics at the thought of a confrontation with the area where he grew up and a renewed encounter with his family. Nevertheless, that evening he leaves for AmnesiA: the estate of his parents, the spot where he spent his youth.

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