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Amnesia: The James Brighton Enigma ekes middling results from a fascinating storyline.
A little clunky and stiff, although the sheer outrageousness of the central puzzle keeps us riveted.
... a multi-layered film that goes far beyond narrative and deep into the universal human conundrums of purpose, pain and pride.
Even though it's clearly filmed on a low budget and the acting is a bit iffy, the story behind Amnesia remains gripping and engrossing stuff. I find it fascinating that someone who has lost the memory of themselves and any people they might know can still be aware of their sexuality, and I'm sure this is more proof (not that I think proof was ever needed) that one does not and cannot *choose* their sexuality. The reasons behind James' amnesia are both moving and believable and the film's open-ended 'conclusion' is perfectly pitched. A powerful film.
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