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‘Jessica Chastain Delivers A Complex And Inhabited Performance’: Discover The First Pictures Of Memory, In Theaters Soon

A humanistic fable full of compassion

After years of addiction, Sylvia (Jessica Chastain) leads a simple and precise life characterized by her daughter, work and meetings with Alcoholics Anonymous.

But one evening, this routine is shattered when a man follows her home. Worried at first, Sylvia realizes that the stranger is suffering from dementia. With serious memory problems, Saul (Alexander Sarsgaard) will still build a relationship of trust with her, allowing Sylvia to shed light on her past and exorcise her demons…

“Two Actors in a State of Gratitude”

In cinemas on May 29, Memory is already one of the most anticipated films of the year. And for good reason: nominated for the prestigious Golden Lion at the 80th edition of the Venice Film Festival, crowned with the Wolpe Cup for Best Actor for Peter Sarsgaard’s performance, Michel Franco’s new feature film (April Girls) was the subject of the most proud reviews of the international press.

Thus, Deadline acknowledges Jessica Chastain’s “complicated and lived-in performance,” while Next Best Picture hails Peter Sarsgaard as “more masterful than ever.” The Hollywood Reporter, in turn, emphasizes the embodiment of “two actors in a state of gratitude.”

Apart from these great performances, the trailer memory Offers the delicacy of a humanist story, charged with compassion and tenderness for the marginalized. Grouped around their flaws, the two protagonists of the feature film only shine brighter in the modern and social gray, illuminated by the exquisite work of their interpreters and Michel Franco.

A slice of hope and tenderness, Memory will be available in theaters from May 29.

Source: Allocine

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