The revenge thriller gets an unforgettable new twist with Memento, an intricate, reality-tweaking crime drama about a man with a damaged memory chasing a murderer whose identity he cannot possibly ever know for sure. Directed by Birtish - born filmmaker Christopher Nolan, Memento has already blown the minds of audience at film festivals around the world—by deftly forging a reality in which neither the lead character nor the audience knows who is pulling the strings... until everything that seemed true flips upside down.
Christopher Nolan is a British-American film director, screenwriter, and producer. Over the course of 15 years of filmmaking, Nolan has gone from low-budget independent films to working on some of the biggest blockbusters ever made.
Nolan began making films at the age of seven using his father's super 8mm camera. While studying English literature at University College in London (UCL), he shot 16mm films at UCL’s film society, where he learned the guerrilla film techniques to make his first feature, Following.
Nolan first gained international attention with the 2000 independent feature Memento, which he directed from his own screenplay and the film brought Nolan numerous honors. Nolan went on to write, direct and produce the blockbuster including Interstellar (2014), Inception (2010), and the Batman trilogy (2005, 2008, 2012), among many others.