Reminiscence: Hugh Jackman in search of lost memories

MEET – Rereading Orpheus and Eurydice in a submerged Miami where nostalgia is a business, this thriller with beautiful paintings reveals a director Lisa Joy as obsessed as her brother-in-law Christopher Nolan by the passage of time.

In the Nolan family, Hollywood asks for the sister-in-law. Co-creator of Westworld With husband Jonathan Nolan, Lisa Joy makes eye-catching big screen debut with thriller Reminiscence. The 43-year-old director, who waited eight years to direct her screenplay, sketches a neon-black mental maze and an obsession with the passage of time that her brother-in-law Christopher Nolan, a genre maestro with Inception and Tenet. “The notion of memory is in itself a fascinating science fiction concept. It is our unique and universal time machine. Whether we are young or old, rich or poor, we revisit our past without even thinking about it consciously ”, decrypts at Figaro one that multiplies the in-between between vision, dream and reality that burn the retina. Starting with this sumptuous and nocturnal Miami whose inhabitants sleep during the day and live at night to escape the furnace of daylight hours. Art deco buildings and lights

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