Limited Edition
Country of Origin: United States
Production year: 2000
Director: Christopher Nolan
Rating: Rating
UPC [Locale]: 043396-076464
Running time: 1:53 (113 Min.)
Casetype: Digipak, Slip Cover
Format: NTSC, 2.35:1 Anamorphic Widescreen
DVD-Format: Single-Sided, Double-Layered
Released: May 21, 2002
Collection type: Owned (#931)
Status: Available
Purchase date: May 11, 2005
Purchase price: Hidden
Review (movie): 10 / 10
Review (video): 10 / 10
The revenge thriller gets an unforgettable new twist with Memento, an intricate crime story about a man with a damaged memory chasing a murderer whose identity he cannot possibly ever know for sure. Directed by newcomer Christopher Nolan, Memento has blown the minds of audiences around the world - by deftly forging a reality in which neither the lead character nor the audience know who is pulling the strings… until every thing that seemed true flips upside down.

Leonard (Guy Pearce) suffers from a rare brain disorder - the inability to form any new memories. He can remember in detail everything that happened before his injury, but anyone he has met or anything he has done since that fateful night, simply vanishes.

Who are his friends? Who are his enemies? What is the truth? In Leonard's world, the answers to these questions shift and change from second to second. And the more he tries to figure out what is true and real, the deeper he sings into a multi-layered abyss of uncertainty and surprises.
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Production Studios:
 • Newmarket
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Media Companies:
 • Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment
Audio format
English  Dolby Digital 5.1
English  Dolby Digital Surround
English  DTS 5.1
Commentary  Dolby Digital 2-Channel Stereo
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# Description A B DS DL A DL B
1Main Feature
2Bonus Materials
 • Scene Access
 • Feature Trailers
 • Featurettes
 • Commentary
 • Gallery
 • Closed Captioned
 • Script, Original Short Story
Easter Eggs
Five Easter Eggs, including the special chronological version of the movie (these are the easiest ways to get to them):

First, before you get to the easter eggs, you need to know how to get to the REGULAR special features. It's fairly easy, just select one of the following pictures, and keep selecting choice "c" on each question until you get to the feature. The question JUST before you get to the feature will always have an "exit" choice at the bottom left corner of the screen, and usually play music in the background. All of these are on the second disc.

Anatomy Of A Scene-Sundance Featurette: Skull
Shooting Script: Book
Trailers: Binoculars
International Art Campaign: Globe
Production Stills & Sketches: Compass
Original Short Story: Clock, then when you get to the 6th and final question (put the pictures in chronological order), select the following pictures: 2nd, 1st, 4th then 3rd.

(1) As i'm sure you can guess, that's also how you choose to watch the movie in its chornological order. When you take the clock path to the 6th question, just put the pictures in their REVERSE chronological order (3rd, 4th, 1st then 2nd). It begins with the end credits running backwards.

(2) Bootleg Art: Take the Skull path until you get to the 3rd question ("what is missing"). Choose "e", then choose "d" on the next screen.

(3) Concept art: Take the Binoculars path until you get to the 5th question ("which switches"), choose "c" to get to the Trailers options like you normally would, but instead of choosing "a" or "b" for a trailer option, choose ANY of the other choices to get to the next question. On the question where you're asked which choice means "empty", choose "a".

(4) Journal: Take the Compas path until you get to the 4th question, and select "c" to get to the Production Stills like you normally would. After either cycling through them or choosing "exit", choose "c" on the chair question ("which best represents your choice?").

(5) DVD Credits: Take the Clock path until you get to the 5th question ("why are they laughing at you?"). Choose "d".
Christopher Nolan....Director
Christopher Nolan....Screenwriter
Jonathan Nolan....Original Material By
Aaron Ryder....Executive Producer
Suzanne Todd....Producer
Jennifer Todd....Producer
Wally Pfister....Director of Photography
Film Editing
Dody Dorn....Film Editor
David Julyan....Composer
William M. Fiege....Production Sound Mixer
Gary S. Gerlich....Supervising Sound Editor
Richard LeGrand, Jr.....Supervising Sound Editor
Michael Casper....Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Jonathan Wales....Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Cindy Evans....Costume Designer
Patti Podesta....Production Designer
Scott Eddo....Make-up Artist
Andrew Sebok....Visual Effects
Guy Pearce....Leonard
Carrie-Anne Moss....Natalie
Joe Pantoliano....Teddy
Mark Boone Junior....Burt
Russ Fega....Waiter
Jorja Fox....Leonard's Wife
Stephen Tobolowsky....Sammy
Harriet Sansom Harris....Mrs. Jankis
Thomas Lennon....Doctor
Callum Keith Rennie....Dodd
Kimberly Campbell....Blonde
Marianne Muellerleile....Tattooist
Larry Holden....Jimmy
Buzz Visconti....Motel Guest (uncredited)