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Michael Cole almost 2 years ago
A more artsy and confusing take on Sliding Doors
Andy Whitfield 3 years ago
Interesting little film on the nature of choice.
Mikus Zeberiņš over 4 years ago
Annie James over 4 years ago
it's an interesting story, but too long
Alejandro Betancourt almost 5 years ago
Decisions decisions! just decide to watch it, or maybe not
Noah Rymer almost 5 years ago
clever and engaging. I really enjoyed the pacing.
Felícia Silva over 5 years ago
This was an incredible experience.
Johnny Nys over 5 years ago
I feel a connection on a deep personal level.Choices,alternatives, what is,was,could be.
Damian Campo over 5 years ago
For people who enjoy changes in time and non-usual stories it's definitively a must see.
antoshka almost 6 years ago
I won't spoil it by watching the new version. This one is perfect!!
István Huszár almost 6 years ago
The kind of emotionally impactful movie that is even more appreciated upon re-watching.
Hugo Martins over 6 years ago
Just perfect
Anthony Kozlowski over 6 years ago
Would have benefitted greatly from cutting about 45 minutes.
Kyle Birrer over 6 years ago
Luisa Martiri over 6 years ago
A "I think I know what was happening, but..." kind of film. A+
Frederik Værum Olesen almost 7 years ago
Not an ordinary movie. Great plot, with twists and a message
Wayne Wilde almost 7 years ago
wow. The movie was nice, the message changed my life.
Jordan Feurstein almost 7 years ago
Beautiful visuals with lots going on. Thoughtful and emotional stories - a strong film.
Saška Svirac 7 years ago
why did I watch this? now I have even bigger problems with decision making
Agnė Čekanauskaitė 7 years ago
Saw this film about 7 times, and it's still amazing ;D
Mr. Nobody is a 2009 Belgian science fiction drama film directed by Jaco Van Dormael, starring Jared Leto, Diane Kruger, Linh Dan Pham, Sarah Polley, Natasha Little, Rhys Ifans and Daniel Mays. This movie tells the life story of Nemo Nobody, the last mortal on Earth. Nemo is 118 years old and lives in a world where all other people have immortalized. During the film, Nemo's psychiatrist, played by Allan Corduner, picks his mind to discover his true past. The film utilizes non-liner plot progression and the Many-worlds interpretation to tell the story of Nemo's life. The main character, who calls himself Nemo Nobody, is a 118-year-old man, the last mortal man on earth. The days leading up to his death become the object of a reality show and are broadcast to the immortal world's population. Nemo himself says that he remembers nothing about his past and a psychiatrist tries to make him recall memories through hypnosis; other memories are told to a journalist. The whole movie is random...
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