Memoria

Apichatpong WEERASETHAKUL Colombia, Thailand, UK, Mexico, France, Germany, Qatar 136 Min PG Southeast Asian Premiere

Thai master Apichatpong returns—this time in Colombia with Tilda SWINTON in tow, who plays a sleepless visitor troubled by an alien sound.

Apichatpong WEERASETHAKUL has captivated many with his spacious, sonic cinema—and his latest work, set in faraway Colombia, is no different. Car alarms go off for no reason, and a tunnelling project turns up grisly human remains. Jessica, played by the effortlessly chameleonic Tilda SWINTON, is woken at daybreak by a dull bang. Searching for the sound’s origins, she is terrified but allured.

Timing & Venue

Price

27 November 2021,
Saturday, 6.30pm
Filmgarde Bugis+ 8

$15.00

Closed

1 December 2021,
Wednesday, 7.00pm
Filmgarde Bugis+ 8

$15.00

Closed

All guests must present proof of vaccination (either via TraceTogether or HealthHub app) before entering the halls.

English Title

Memoria

Country

Colombia, Thailand, UK, Mexico, France, Germany, Qatar

Year

2021

Runtime

136 Min

Rating

PG

Language(s)

Spanish, English

Subtitles

English

Credits

Apichatpong WEERASETHAKUL

One of the finest contemporary directors, Apichatpong WEERASETHAKUL was the first Thai filmmaker to win the Palme d’Or at Cannes for Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives (2010). Memoria, which took home the Jury Prize at the same festival, is the Thai auteur’s first filmmaking foray outside of his home country. In addition to feature filmmaking, his video works and installations have been exhibited internationally.

Cast & Crew

Cast

Tilda SWINTON
Elkin DIAZ
Jeanne BALIBAR
Juan Pablo URREGO
Daniel Giménez CACHO

Screenwriter

Apichatpong WEERASETHAKUL

Producer

Apichatpong WEERASETHAKUL
Diana BUSTAMANTE, Simon FIELD
Keith GRIFFITHS
Charles DE MEAUX
Michael WEBER
Julio CHAVEZMONTES

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