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  • Leonard Drives Teddy
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    June 28, 2001 | As the usual string of expensive summer blockbusters un spools, with its unpredictable array of commercial triumphs ('The Mummy Returns') and disappointments ('Pearl Harbor'), it should be heartening to film fans that a classic sleeper can still find room in a marketplace filled with bloated extravaganzas nurtured by gray-suited greed heads. For a quick spiritual pick-me-up, consider this: On Monday, the per-screen average for writer / director Christopher Nolan's 'Memento' -- a ...
  • Medium Shot Of Tracey Leonard
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    Tracey Leonard's Autobiography, The Full Catastrophe was chosen for this documentary, as it is a truly uplifting story. It is centred around her years as a nurse, working in missionaries throughout India and Northern Australia. Sadly her life is altered profoundly when she is involved in a severe accident, one which leaves her as a quadriplegic. I believe that her story should be shared with all, to enlighten people on such a strong and determined person's life. The first segment opens with an a...
  • Leonard Shelby In Memento
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    "What's too painful to remember, we simply choose to forget". They are lyrics from the song "The Way We Were". It is a simplistic thought that has been made many times throughout the course of time. It is a philosophy that many people have lived by for ages. The blocking out of traumatic events is done by the best of us and it utilized prominently in war movies. A one-sided view point is the only way to create a plot. As the erasure of memories is used in war movies, it can also be seen by Leona...
  • Same Condition Leonard
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    Leonard's Tattoos in Memento Memento is a film written by director Christopher Nolan, where Leonard Shelby, an overly confused man wants revenge after his wife's murder. Leonard suffers brain damage rendering him incapable of making new memories; her death is the last thing branded in his mind. Though his affliction keeps him from being able to form new memories, Leonard seeks revenge; to wreak this revenge he must keep notes on even his own life, tattooing himself with important clues. Told in ...
  • Dr Sayer Photographs Leonard
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    Awakenings Leonard, after 30 years, has been given the chance to live again, with the help of the L. Dopa drug. Awakening after 30 years, Leonard is faced with the fact that he's lost 30 years of his life. All is revealed when Dr. Sayer photographs Leonard and presents him with a self-portrait. After Leonard's awakening, he wanted to do so much, so fast. He wanted to be normal, experience relationships, have his freedom, and most importantly, be treated as a human being with dignity. The awakeni...
  • E Mail A Blessing
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    "Is e-mail a blessing or a curse?" That's the question Andrew Leonard asks in his article, "We " ve Got Mail-Always". Leonard begins his article by noting how people measure their "wired worth" by the amount of e-mails they receive. According to Leonard, it's well worth the hassle of deleting tons of junk mail just to receive a few meaningful e-mails, but e-mail also makes people's lives more complex. Andrew Leonard points out that when scientists first developed this technology, they were only ...

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