Rememory — Trailer


added: Mon, Aug 14th '17

"Game of Thrones" star Peter Dinklage tries to solve a murder by using a high-tech memory-recording machine in the trailer for the brain-tickling, sci-fi-tinged mystery thriller "Rememory."

Set in the not-too-distant future, the upcoming film revolves around the unsolved homicide of Gordon Dunn (played by Ant-Man's Martin Donovan), a brilliant inventor and professor who has just created a new cutting-edge device that can extract, record, and play people's memories.

Dinklage stars as Sam Bloom, a man with a mysterious past who, after attending Gordon's private funeral, befriends his widow (played by Mad Men's Julia Ormond). Sam soon gets her permission to investigate Gordon's death by using Gordon's memory-recording invention. But in doing so, Sam heads down a dangerous path where things are not always as straightforward as they appear -- and where memories are not always as reliable as he hoped.

"Rememory" is directed and co-written by filmmaker Mark Palansky, whose directing credits include 2006's fantasy comedy "Penelope" and two episodes of Netflix's "A Series of Unfortunate Events."

The film co-stars Henry Ian Cusick (from TV's Lost and CW's The 100), Evelyne Brochu (TV's Orphan Black) and the late, Anton Yelchin (Star Trek) in one of his last film performances.

"Rememory" will be released exclusively on Google Play beginning Thursday, August 24th.

REMEMORY explores the unexplained death of Gordon Dunn (Martin Donovan), a visionary scientific pioneer whose body is found shortly after the unveiling of his newest work: a device able to extract, record and play a person’s memories. Gordon’s wife, Carolyn (Julia Ormond), retreats into her house and cuts off contact with the outside world when a mysterious man (Peter Dinklage) shows up. After stealing the machine, he uses it to try and solve the mystery, beginning an investigation of memories that lead him to unexpected and dangerous places.


directed by   Mark Palansky

starring   Peter Dinklage, Julia Ormond, Martin Donovan, Henry Ian Cusick, Evelyne Brochu, Anton Yelchin

release date   August 24, 2017 (on Google Play)

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