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I Remember Me (2001)



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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a much-misunderstood illness that many believe is a psychological condition rather than a physical malady. Filmmaker Kim Snyder, however, begs to differ; as a longtime sufferer of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, she has firmly held opinions on the disease and its impact, and I Remember Me is a documentary that examines CFS, its effects, and its causes. Snyder examines some of the more unusual aspects of the disease (such as the fact it seems to crop up most often in specific geographic areas), and interviews a number of people living with CFS, some famous (director Blake Edwards and Olympic soccer star Michelle Akers), and some ordinary (such as a high school student whose battle with CFS forced him to attend his high school graduation in a wheelchair).

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Critic Reviews for I Remember Me

All Critics (12) | Top Critics (6)

Perhaps it will prompt some researchers not only to learn of the symptoms but to look further at the cause.

January 24, 2002

A documentary which does what the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta shamefully failed to do: connects the dots.

December 7, 2001 | Rating: 3/4 | Full Review…

A tender, yet pointed documentary of perseverance, thwarted hope and medical buffoonery.

November 9, 2001
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[A] passionate film.

November 9, 2001 | Rating: 3/4

An intrepid sleuth, Ms. Snyder seems to have left no stone unturned in her search for answers.

November 9, 2001 | Rating: 4/5

The interpolated stock footage is a misguided attempt at visual poetry, and some of the testimonials are underedited, but as a work of passionate advocacy, I Remember Me can't be faulted.

November 6, 2001

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