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About The Film

Academy Award-winner Christopher Plummer is a dementia-stricken Holocaust survivor out for revenge in master director Atom Egoyan’s supremely suspenseful thriller REMEMBER

Burdened with memory loss and his beloved wife’s recent passing, 90-year-old Zev Guttman (Plummer) is in a race against time to find personal catharsis and overdue justice. Having seemingly suppressed the wartime horrors of decades earlier, he is prompted to track down his fugitive Nazi tormentor by fellow Auschwitz survivor Max (Martin Landau), a wheelchair-bound resident of their New York City nursing home. Seizing on an elaborate mission of vengeance, Zev embarks on a cross-country odyssey to find the former commander responsible for murdering their families, who they now believe to be living somewhere in the country under an assumed identity. As Zev closes in on his target, his manhunt is complicated by his own constantly crumbling sense of self, leading inexorably to a shocking climax.

With Plummer lending considerable dignity and contained anguish to his character, REMEMBER braids together themes of mourning and self-denial in an intensely paced and intricately plotted story under the skilled direction of the Oscar-nominated Egoyan (The Sweet Hereafter).


Gala (for sponsors and patron supporters only) at 5:00 PM • Film at 7:30 PM

REMEMBER will be featured as the Opening Night event on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre. A preshow reception, for sponsors and patron supporters only, will feature a food tasting with a number of wonderful chefs.

If you'd like information about becoming a sponsor or patron supporter, and attending the Opening Night Gala, please contact our Development Director, Lesli Greenberg.

Note: Free parking is provided compliments of AAA Parking.

Film Details

Running Time: 
95 minutes
Atlanta Premiere
The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation
The Kendeda Fund
The Marcus Foundation, Inc.