Memento Mori

Directed by Derek August Elliott

At the center of this unconventionally stylized, allegorical melodrama, a tyrannical matriarch lies helpless and alone on her deathbed. Her family – scattered in different corners of the house – impatiently wait for their unbeloved queen to finally die. An unsympathetic and humorously vulgar analysis of the archetypal deathbed scene, MEMENTO MORI probes the effects of intergenerational trauma, imposed moral conformity, and sexual repression within the microcosm of the family unit.

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One’s fears can become fuel for erotic fantasies or the stuff of nightmares. This mixture of thrillers, horror,…

Dates & Times
Past
Landmark Theater

Sun, Sep 26
8:30 pm