Memento (2000) Movie poster and book cover compared.

Memento

Christopher Nolan, 2000

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Memento Mori
Jonathan Nolan, 2001

Memento is a movie directed by Christopher Nolan in 2000 and based on the book Memento Mori by Jonathan Nolan, first published in 2001. The movie features Guy Pearce, Carrie-Anne Moss, Joe Pantoliano, Mark Boone Junior, Russ Fega, Jorja Fox, and others.

What users say

“The movie is better than the book”

But the book is worth reading.

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RATING

8.4

/ 10

Movie Poster: Memento (Christopher Nolan, 2000)

8

/ 10

Book Cover: Memento Mori (Jonathan Nolan, 2001)

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Storyline

In the story, a man named Earl has anterograde amnesia. Because of his inability to remember things for more than a few minutes, he uses notes and tattoos to keep track of new information. Earl owes his condition to an attack against him and his wife by an unknown assailant.

Movie vs Book

Poster of Memento, the 2000 movie by Christopher Nolan

Year

2000

Minutes

113

Movie Rate

8.40

Source: IMDb

Cover of Memento Mori, the 2001 book by Jonathan Nolan

Year

2001

Pages

12

Book Rate

8.04

S: Goodreads

Book

Memento Mori

Country: USA

First published in: 2001

Length: 12 pages

Genre: Fiction

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Which is better?

Poster of Memento, the 2000 movie by Christopher Nolan

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Cover of Memento Mori, the 2001 book by Jonathan Nolan

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movie

IS IT WORTH WATCHING?

Poster of Memento, the 2000 movie by Christopher Nolan

WATCH

Yes

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16% No

16 votes

3 votes

book

IS IT WORTH READING?

Cover of Memento Mori, the 2001 book by Jonathan Nolan

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Yes

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24% No

13 votes

4 votes

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