Your Brother. Remember? (2012)

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An elaborate experiment with the concept of Before-and-After photographs, Your brother. Remember? splices and dices home videos, Hollywood film footage, and live performance. As kids in Maine, Zachary and his older brother Gator loved making versions of their favorite films, most notably Jean-Claude Van Damme's karate opus Kickboxer, and the notorious cult "documentary" Faces of Death. Then twenty years passed. Estranged from his family, Zack returned to his childhood home to re-create these films, shot for shot, as precisely as possible--but now with twenty years of wear and tear etched into every face, place, body and soul. Born in Brussels or America, the simple childhood desire for love gets confused with drugs, fame, & ambition. The liars believe their own lies, and "real-life" clashes with the "art of manipulation." But with Jean-Claude and renowned pathologist Dr. Francis Gross in their corner, Zack & Gator step into the ring one last time for a title shot at redemption. -- (C) Official Site
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Drama
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Critic Reviews for Your Brother. Remember?

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (3)

A good-humored exploration of fraternal bonds that is often touching.

Full Review… | April 5, 2012
New York Times
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Beneath its ridiculous exterior, Oberzan's highly personal video essay struggles with the connection between entertainment and life, grasping for the conclusion that they're ultimately indistinguishable.

Full Review… | April 4, 2012
indieWIRE
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Your Brother. Remember? represents, in part, a mash-up of the new and old home-video footage, as well as clips from the original source material.

Full Review… | April 3, 2012
Village Voice
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