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Christine (Nicole Kidman, The Others) wakes up next to a man (Colin Firth, The King’s Speech) she does not recognise. Panic stricken, he slowly explains that he is her husband, and that she suffered a terrible accident that has given her amnesia. Every morning, Christine wakes up a stranger, and every night her memories fade into nothing. With the help of Dr Nasch (Mark Strong, The Imitation Game), Christine is trying to regain her memory. That is, until one day, when new terrifying truths emerge that force her to question everyone around her, and what really happened to her on the day of her accident…
Based on the worldwide best-selling novel, Before I Go To Sleep is a tense and chilling thriller written and directed by Rowan Joffé (Brighton Rock).
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However, the big problems are:
a) it was predictable - not so badly as to make this dull, but I cared less about the people and the outcomes as a result
b) it was unrealistic / plot-holes - again, this wasn't so bad as to destroy any enjoyment only diminish it
c) it made me wish it were Memento instead - Memento is a far superior film in terms or writing, acting, directing and insight.
I don't regret seeing 'Before I Go To Sleep', but it's nothing more than a glossy time-filler.
With my mum being a massive fan of the book and desperately wanting this film I bought it. Unfortunately I now wish I had seen it for free (Prime or something). She did enjoy it slightly more than I did, however was constantly making comments on bits missed and an oversimplification of the story. Next time I will just borrow a book as they seem to be more reliable and generally better.
It was all going very well until we got to the climax.
Why oh why do file makers and screen play writer believe they can do a better job than the authors - when they actually fail so often
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