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Exclusive Interview: Grant Gee Talks Innocence of Memories

We’ve taken a few minutes out to speak with director Grant Gee about his ‘cine-essay’ Innocence of Memories as it hits UK DVD shelves today. Read on to find out what inspired the film, the thought which went into its product and much more…. Would you like to give our readers some background on the […]

Innocence of Memories – New Release Review

We review this clever and immensely engaging film… Detailing a tragic love affair and providing an examination of its long-term effects, this documentary focuses on the real-life museum behind Orhan Pamuk’s novel The Museum of Innocence. Sexually liberated shop girl Füsun begins an affair with engaged Kemal back in the 1970s in Istanbul amidst political upheaval and […]