Amnesia – Das James Brighton Geheimnis


Amnesia: The James Brighton Enigma (French: Amnésie, l'énigme James Brighton) is a Canadian drama film, directed by Denis Langlois and released in 2005.[1] The film dramatizes the true story of "James Brighton", a gay "mystery man" suffering from dissociative amnesia who was found naked behind a dumpster in Montreal in 1998,[2] and was eventually confirmed as Matthew Honeycutt, a young heterosexual man from La Follette, Tennessee who was attempting to escape from his fundamentalist Christian family.[3]

The film stars Dusan Dukic as Brighton/Honeycutt; Karyne Lemieux as Sylvie, a young woman who engages in trying to help solve the mystery of Brighton's identity; Louise Laprade as psychiatrist Geneviève Marler; and Norman Helms as Félix, a man who takes Brighton in as a house guest before his real identity is confirmed.[4]

The film premiered on September 26, 2005 at Montreal's Cinema Quartier Latin, as a fundraising benefit gala for Gay Line/Gai Écoute, the city's helpline for LGBT people.[1]

The film was cowinner with Tori Foster's documentary film 533 Statements of the award for Best Canadian Feature Film at the 2006 Inside Out Film and Video Festival.[5]

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
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Amnésie, l'énigme James Brighton cs
Amnesia – Das James Brighton Geheimnis
Amnesia: The James Brighton Enigma
Genre:Filmdrama, LGBT-Film
Originalsprache:Französisch, Englisch
IMDB: 650
Regie:Denis Langlois
Drehbuch:Denis Langlois
Darsteller:Louise Laprade
Norman Helms
Dusan Dukic
Maurizio Terrazzano
Henri Pardo
Éric Cabana
Mariah Inger
Helen King
Bruce Ramsay
Holly Gauthier-Frankel
Julian Casey
Matt Holland
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