Innocence of Memories :- Watch Innocence of Memories on Youtube on Fire, Turkish novelist and Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk makes his second major foray into writing for cinema with “Innocence of Memories,” this time in partnership with British director Grant Gee. The fruit of their collaboration, inspired by Pamuk’s 2008 novel, “The Museum of Innocence,” is neither strictly factual nor complete fiction: A physical and psychological journey through Istanbul, it mixes imagined narratives with real-world observation, and a fictional narrator’s recollections with self-reflexive commentary. Marketing may prove a puzzle for a product that is neither fish nor fowl, but the pedigree of the filmmakers cannot be doubted. Best known as the helmer of such stylish rock docs as “Joy Division” and Radiohead’s “Meeting People Is Easy,” Gee proves an apt partner for Pamuk — who previously scripted 1991’s Turkish-lingo romance “Gizli Yuz” — in this new exploration of city and psyche. Like Gee’s well-received 2011 doc, “Patience: After Sebald,” his latest takes as its starting point an acclaimed psychogeographical novel: “The Museum of Innocence” follows Kemal, aged 30 and engaged to be married, as he embarks on an affair with his 18-year-old cousin, Fusun. When the affair breaks down, he begins documenting their time together via a sprawling collection of ephemera. Dealing as it does with the sensual experience of places and objects just as much as people and their interactions, one challenge this subgenre of literature and cinema will always face is the difficulty of truly evoking.
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Release: 29 January 2016 (UK)
IMDB Rating : 7.5/10
Director: Grant Gee
Stars : Pandora Colin, Mehmet Ergen