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Written by Chris Keane   
Saturday, 23 October 2010 14:16
Director: Mikhael Hers
Cast: Lolita Chammah, Dounia Sichov

You know those quirky, indie films that are quite popular right now? This is a French attempt at that. The cast even has it's very own Jesse Eisenberg lookalike.

Memory Lane's story is centred on the memory of a group of friends and their 'strange' summer - but nothing strange or interesting ever happens. There are vague glimmers of story and niceness that will have people smiling, but there are no real developments. There are some good, middle of the road songs played by the character's band, although these are few and far between and do not help with the film's mundane soundtrack.


Memory Lane is completely forgettable. This is no Amélie.