I AM I is the story of a young woman, Rachael, who meets the father she never knew, Gene, at her mother's funeral. She discovers that her father is completely delusional and believes her to be her dead mother. After Rachael visits Gene in an assisted living home, she learns that he suffers from a disease called Korsakov's Syndrome, a form of retrograde amnesia and that her mother had placed him in this facility for treatment a year earlier. He does not remember anything past the age of thirty-three, and believes that he is still a young man. Unable to convince him of who she really is, Rachael decides to go along with her father's delusions by pretending to be her mother and discovers that under this guise, she and Gene can have "normal" conversations. Before long, Rachael is visiting Gene everyday, finding new ways to bring elements from his past into their present relationship.
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Jacques D (jp) wrote: A lighthearted but creative solution to religious wars. This is the movie that should go viral.
Indira S (jp) wrote: who's the children?! :)
Diana T (ag) wrote: I love this movie..Among the conflict in Germany at that time there are still some people who put the concern and love for other people above the leadership of the day..love this movies
Star Z (au) wrote: Finally an honest portrait of an American enemy! Castro is truly a hero to many and the complete opposite to others. The movie is actually called 'El Comandante'.
Thomas B (ag) wrote: Jamie Bell is an amazing choice but the film works on more than just its casting, bringing an exhilarating speed to the dance sequences and genuine emotion to the drama. Full review later.
Steve S (nl) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***
Tuesday A (au) wrote: Great movie! The music is fantastic!
Brad S (kr) wrote: Rewatched this classic by Werner Herzog on Blu-ray. The film looked great, but pales in comparison to the original. Klinski is creepy as Count Dracula, but the pacing of the film is quite slow. Fans of Herzog and/or Vampires will enjoy it though!
Greg W (de) wrote: one of THE best pix to see on LSD
Tristan R (kr) wrote: From james Clavell novel about the Changi concentration camp in Singapour. This movie is 20 years in advance in his time. George Segal is a charismatic character, cynical and childish. But when evrything vanish, he is the only one who remain human.
Melissa H (gb) wrote: Poor writing, poor singing, even (gasp!!) poor dancing. And some song about a yam??
Greg R (jp) wrote: Wow, Kevin Smith, what was going through your head when you said "i think I want to direct this", (then again you did soon direct Yoga Hosers...)
Marie L (br) wrote: Loved the first one...waiting to see the second.
Connor F (mx) wrote: I love what this could have been but it feels like everything was rushed. The worst part about this movie was that I can't here any talking over the fix or music/ambiance. Other problems include rushing character dialog forcefully to almost as if to pretend that we are listening to a simple language turned into English. Over all week symbolisms. Some really random and uncalled for seems to break away from action, when they are obviously avoiding more action to SPEED UP THE PROCESS OF MAKING THE MOVIE! The list goes on. It's a fun movie to watch for a few hours to kill, but if they had dragged it out in a show I could see this selling better than game of thrones.