Remembrance (2001 film)

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Directed by Stephanie Morgenstern
Produced by Paula Fleck
Written by Stephanie Morgenstern
Mark Ellis
Starring Mark Ellis
Stephanie Morgenstern
Cinematography Mark Morgenstern
Edited by Vesna Svilanovic
Release date
  • 2001 (2001)
Running time
19 minutes
Country Canada
Language English

Remembrance is a Canadian short film directed by Stephanie Morgenstern. It was nominated for a Genie and won the Jutra for Best Short in 2002.


Remembrance is an unusual wartime romance, inspired by two true but little-known stories: a man with an extremely rare memory condition, synesthesia, which literally prevented him from forgetting; and Camp X – a top secret training facility near Whitby, Ontario, that was used to train Canadian and Allied spies during World War Two. Against this backdrop, two strangers meet and, each for their own reasons, must struggle against an unexpected and dangerous attraction.


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