Marjorie Prime


Outstanding Member
Jon Hamm goes Black Mirror-esque, again

Geena Davis, Tim Robbins, Stephanie Andujar, Hannah Gross, and Lois Smith as Marjorie

Directed by American filmmaker Michael Almereyda, of the feature films The Eternal, Hamlet, Happy Here and Now, Big River Blues, Paradise, Cymbeline, and Experimenter previously.

Based on Jordan Harrison's Pulitzer-nominated play.



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Watched this last night. It's excellent. It explores grief, memories, ageing, living in the moment and family. It's like Spike Jonze directing a Tree of Life homage episode of Black Mirror. This is based on a play and still feels like a play with so few characters and settings but it really gets the best out of the actors (John Hamm, Geena Davies, Tim Robbins and the excellent Lois Smith) due to the zippy dialogue. One of the best movies I've seen this year.

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