I re-edited Memento in chronological order

The famous 2000 film that put Christopher Nolan on the map tells the story of a man on the hunt for the man he thinks killed his wife.
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I'd watch it, but in a strange way the film makes more sense in the way that it's edited, because the directing style leaves some things about the ending (like what happened to the money) ambiguous.

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Isn't there a special feature which already does that on the disc?

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I have the special edition where you can watch it in order and all I can say is... DON'T!!!

It will kill it for you. The actual story in order is very boring and predictable. The events are simple and much like that of a classic film noir. Without the reversal, your left wondering, why?

The whole point is to FEEL like Leonard.

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