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    Cinema’s ability to evoke the knotty complexities of time, truth, and subjective experience makes it an ideal medium for exploring memory, a theme that has long been a source of fascination for artists. This week on the Criterion Channel, our series Memory on Film highlights some of the world’s most celebrated auteurs and their haunting journeys through lost time, including an operatic portrait of grief from Krzysztof Kieślowski, a radical travelogue from Chris Marker, and an aching meditation on forbidden love from Wong Kar-wai. For a preview of this seven-film selection, check out the teaser below.


7 comments

  • By thevoid99
    March 13, 2017
    08:42 PM

    Oh, does this mean The Mirror is coming out on a proper DVD/Blu-Ray release through Criterion?
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  • By thebrownshaun
    March 13, 2017
    11:09 PM

    Gotta get The Long Day Closes on this list!
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  • By Jordan
    March 15, 2017
    01:11 PM

    Please, please give us "The Mirror" on a proper Blu-ray!
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  • By Masha
    March 15, 2017
    05:17 PM

    where is it even mentioned about Zerkalo? ( The Mirror)
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  • By Masha
    March 15, 2017
    05:21 PM

    what did that even mean...? Great collection but why is Kate Winslet's voice over?
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  • By Masha
    March 15, 2017
    05:22 PM

    sadly I have to buy the new generation Apple TV to view Film Struck so my trial is being wasted...
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