YOU WILL REMEMBER ME – Review by Martha K Baker

Édouard and his wife Madeleine sit for an interview. Surrounded by cameras and microphones, Édouard, a famous, if insufferable, history professor, brags on his ability to recite dates and events. In counterpoint, his long-suffering wife jabs him with corrections wrought from her exhaustion dealing with a historian losing his memory. The French-Canadian film, You Will Remember Me, realistically reflects the cost to the whole family when dementia steals in.

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