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Innocence Of Memories

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Orhan Pamuk, Turkey's Nobel laureate for Literature, opens a museum whose objects trace a tale of doomed love in 1970's Istanbul. The documentary takes a tour of the objects as the starting point for a trip through love stories, landscapes and the chemistry of the city.
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The List
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January 25, 2016

A beguiling, meditative study of the indelible link between memory and identity, and the transformative power of love.
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Little White Lies
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January 29, 2016

With this essay/documentary hybrid form, Gee has struck gold.
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Times (UK)
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January 28, 2016

Part travelogue, part dream poem, part documentary, Innocence of Memories is certainly one of the most original movies you'll see this year.
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Empire Magazine
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January 25, 2016

Coolly intelligent and noirishly compelling.
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Variety
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February 01, 2016

Depth is perhaps the stumbling point for "Innocence of Memories." Its ideas are plentiful, but their treatment at times seems to skim the surface.
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Independent (UK)
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January 28, 2016

All its devices and ironic references could easily have made the film seem forbidding, but it has an unlikely emotional impact.
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Time Out
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January 25, 2016

A fascinating portal into Pamuk's world, where history, fiction and memory swirl in a melancholy vortex.
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Guardian
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January 28, 2016

Perhaps no film can entirely compete with the simple fact of this novel/museum's existence, but the movie circles around the dual conceptual artefact beguilingly.
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