Director: Tomas Street
Writer: Tomas Street (Screenplay)
Starring: Jack Foley, Laura Tremblay, Mike Donis, Kristen Da Silva, Michael Lipka
Plot: Amnesic Malcolm struggles to put the pieces of his life back together and begins questioning those closest to him in this puzzle of memory and identity.
Tagline – Who do you think you are?
Runtime: 1 Hour 33 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Fugue starts when Malcolm (Foley) wakes up without the memories of his life, his wife Helen (Tremblay) helping fill him in with the blanks of their life together, the small stories about them, until that night they get attacked, with Malcolm waking up not remembering anything.
Malcolm starts a new story, leading us to discover that people are trying to get a safe open in his life, with a code he can’t remember.
Thoughts on Fugue
Final Thoughts – Fugue is a film that follows one man who is suffering from amnesia and finds himself being forced into giving up a code for a safe, he doesn’t remember each day, which will show from how the story is willing to shuffle to the timeline on everything we see. We do keep going through the different ideas of what might be happening with twists around each scene. The performances through the film are strong with Jack Foley in the leading role, showing us the strength of his character and the uncertainty required. The mystery we are looking to solve does keep us guessing, but we don’t seem to learn enough by the conclusion of the film, leaving a lot of empty loose ends to everything we have been watching.