Amnesia: The James Brighton Enigma

Amnesia: The James Brighton Enigma

A young man wakes up naked on a pallet on the street in Montreal. Who is he, what is his name? How did he get here? The only thing he seems to remember is that he's gay. And so begins one of the most compelling gay-themed mysteries we’ve seen. Based on a true story, this young man has been through some trauma that caused his memory loss -- or is he an imposter avoiding the law in some way?

An American is found naked and amnesiac in a vacant parking lot in Montreal in 1998. He says his name is James Brighton, but the only thing he's sure of is that he's gay. What happened to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Randy P (kr) wrote: Terrible in almost every way. Not worth writing even a paragraph to review this film.

Noel D (mx) wrote: I know Ander is a European film but I am surprised that there are no reviews here, from anyone. So I will write a short comment about this wonderful film. If you can, look for a copy of it although it is not generally released, unfortunately.It is a very, very slowly-paced film (be prepared for this) but the rewards are immense for anyone willing to see a beautifully acted film with extraordinarily nuanced performances from all the actors, not just the two principal ones. Its slow pace is intentional.The story synopsis is already here. I saw this film in Melbourne, Australia two years ago and its effect still remains with me and is one of my favorite films (along with the Argentinean film, Plan B, if you have not seen that one).

Louis S (de) wrote: This movie is fantastic, Costner and Hurt have some of the best back and forth ever. It truly shows the mind of a psychopath and the real battle he has with his illness.

Dustin K (nl) wrote: I love this movie so much it makes me want to be a writer and an actor and a comedian. I wish I was amazing.

Oliver N (de) wrote: Hilariously acted, superbly written and fantastically constructed, Best In Show is plain laugh-out-loud funny... And because of the relentless onslaught of laughter it provides, it is clearly the strongest of the Christopher Guest trilogy: absolutely gut-wrenching.Verdict: A

Frances H (es) wrote: Heartwarming drama of people coping with the aftermath of a plane crash. well acted by Ben Affleck and Gwyneth Paltrow portraying appealing characters trying to get over their survivor guilt.

Mark D (nl) wrote: As bad as it is, there is something I like about this movie. I can't put my finger on it.

Lisa Michelle A (gb) wrote: So so funny! Such a different and funny take on the whole Jekyll & Hyde story with Hyde being a woman!! I've loved it for years now and still it never gets old!!! The more times i watch i just love it more and more!!!

Robyn N (mx) wrote: "The Vanishing" is a fantastic thriller, and skillfully navigates through several genres with elements of classic thrillers, psychological horror, and mystery. Viewers who may not normally be drawn to contemporary European cinema will be captivated. Director George Sluizer unfolds his story with unnerving precision. Cutting back and forth in time, he traces the paths taken by the three main characters.

Brent P (ag) wrote: A fairly entertaining movie in its own right, but is made by Bill's (Dreyfuss's Character) rain-soaked, scene where he professes (or tries to profess) his love for Nora. It's hard to pull of dialogue like that unless you're Jack Nicholson.

Zach V (br) wrote: Must-see if you like a good laugh.

Michael K (mx) wrote: Hmm sorta forgetable lacks all that I find most exciting in G-films, such as aliens or cities being destroyed. This one plods along with some island being occupied by some terrorist group of some kind, using a giant lobster to protect them. Some GOOD GUYS get lost and suprise, suprise they find Godzilla on the island and wake him up to fight the giant lobster Ebirah for like 10 Mins. at the end, NUFF SAID!

Matty S (nl) wrote: A time capsule cultural and societal commentary at the end of the 1970's just before AIDS changed everything this film is about. The problem is that it is clear that Schrader simply lucked out.