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Language: Greek (subtitled).
Set in an uncertain, analogue version of the recent past, the eerily timely Apples depicts a slow-going pandemic that leaves its victims with severe memory loss. Details are scarce, but the government has devised a treatment programme. The regime? Performing daily tasks prescribed by doctors on audio cassette and capturing new memories with a Polaroid camera.
Prescient, beautiful and tender, with a surrealist humour, Apples is an illuminating study of human memory as well as the opportunities afforded by a pandemic for rebirth and reimagining life. Tonally similar to other Greek ‘Weird Wave’ films it has received critical acclaim and was Greece’s entry for Best Foreign Film at the 2021 Oscars.
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