Tell Me Who I Am (2019) - Documentary, Drama, Mystery

Hohum Score

48

Bearable

What if every memory that haunts you could be erased? What if something truly horrific had happened to you and the person who loves you most could wipe that from your mind? Would you want ...

IMDB: 7.9
Director: Ed Perkins
Stars: Andrew Caley, Alex Lewis
Length: 85 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 7 out of 75 found boring (9.33%)

One-line Reviews (25)

My only criticism is that it feels a bit repetitive towards the middle portion and the pace slackened while they could have explored the history a bit more.

A well-made documentary that is unique, gripping (as another reviewer stated) & worth watching.

You have to see this, you have to, the pain is almost too much, yet the love of family and two brothers is awe inspiring.

This was so slow and boring and felt too contrived.

If I have to see another camera shot of rain pelting against a window pane for cinematic effect I'll die of boredom.

This combination of absolute trust and absolute willingness to construct a fantasy to the death is what makes the relationship between Alex and Marcus so riveting in how unusual they really are.

And then the slow and boring storytelling.

Slow and boring .

Harrowing and fascinating in equal measure...

Too slow, soundtrack overbearing....

Honest and compelling .

The bravery of the one brother carrying the horrible truth is stunning and his bravery and strength touched me deeply.

Built and repetitive .

Gripping .

A shocking and absorbing story which will leave you angry, sad and shocked that such things can happen behind closed doors in middle class Britain.

Horrifying, gripping & beautiful.

This doc is also over stretched to cover the 1 h 25 min, so it is also repetitive and do not thoroughly investigates the events.

Horrifying story and at the same time amazing photography is powerful and the stages the film takes you and the exciting end

Compelling and heart breaking.

Gripping, eye opening and truly deverstating .

I quite enjoyed the storytelling from Alex and Marcus, it was compelling and concise.

This is actually the most interesting and engaging documentary I have ever seen.

In so doing it dragged the movie out and lessened the impact .

There's a lot of things that seem highly unlikely in their story but it wouldn't be the first time we've had a fabricated story presented as fact by a film maker who either doesn't bother to check the validity of their claims, or purposely ignores them in the interests of making a compelling movie?

So very very slow....