Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Joel Barish, heartbroken that his girlfriend underwent a procedure to erase him from her memory, decides to do the same. However, as he watches his memories of her fade away, he realises that he still loves her, and may be too late to correct his mistake.

Original Title: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Year: 2004
Countries: United States of America
Category: Science Fiction,Drama,Romance
Languages: English
Production Companies: Anonymous Content,This Is That Productions,Focus Features
Gender: Science Fiction,Drama,Romance
Movie Cast:

  • Joel Barish: Jim Carrey
  • Clementine Kruczynski: Kate Winslet
  • Mary Svevo: Kirsten Dunst
  • Stan Fink: Mark Ruffalo
  • Patrick: Elijah Wood
  • Dr. Howard Mierzwiak: Tom Wilkinson
  • Carrie Eakin: Jane Adams
  • Rob Eakin: David Cross
  • Hollis Mierzwiak: Deirdre O'Connell
  • Frank: Thomas Jay Ryan
  • Young Joel: Ryan Whitney
  • Young Clementine: Lola Daehler
  • Joel's Mother: Debbon Ayer
  • Train Conducter: Gerry Robert Byrne
  • Young Bully: Brian Price
  • Young Bully: Josh Flitter
  • Young Bully: Paulie Litt
  • Young Bully: Amir Ali Said
  • Rollerblader: Lauren Adler

Movie Crew:

  • Story: Michel Gondry
  • Story: Pierre Bismuth
  • Original Music Composer: Jon Brion
  • Director of Photography: Ellen Kuras
  • Story: Charlie Kaufman
  • Producer: Anthony Bregman
  • Producer: Steve Golin
  • Camera Operator: Christopher Norr
  • Casting: Jeanne McCarthy
  • Editor: Valdís Óskarsdóttir
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Eugene Gearty
  • Executive Producer: Georges Bermann
  • Production Design: Dan Leigh
  • Executive Producer: Glenn Williamson
  • Costume Design: Melissa Toth
  • Executive Producer: David L. Bushell
  • Set Decoration: Ron von Blomberg
  • Foley Editor: Kam Chan
  • Foley Artist: Marko Costanzo
  • ADR Editor: Marissa Littlefield
  • Foley Artist: Jay Peck
  • Dialogue Editor: Fred Rosenberg
  • Art Direction: David Stein
  • Script Supervisor: Mary Cybulski
  • Foley Mixer: George A. Lara
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Reilly Steele
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Philip Stockton
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Mark Dornfeld
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Louis Morin
  • Makeup Artist: Allen Weisinger
  • Sound Effects Editor: Paul Urmson
  • Gaffer: John C. Nadeau
  • Sound Mixer: Tom Nelson

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    3 Review

  1. Andres Gomez dice:

    Fresh and surprising with great script, dialogues and cut. The cast is also fantastic.

  2. Wuchak dice:

    ***Inventive drama/romance with Jim Carrey, Kate Winslet and so much more***

    A man (Jim Carrey) discovers that his babe (Kate Winslet) had her memory of their relationship removed via the medical procedures of an innovative company. He decides to get the surgery as well, but as the technicians (Mark Ruffalo & Elijah Wood) conduct the procedure he changes his mind! Can he escape with his memory intact and possibly save the relationship? Tom Wilkinson plays the doctor and Kirsten Dunst the secretary.

    “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” (2004) is a drama/sci-fi/romance hybrid that’s so confusing during its first half that it fails to captivate (and is even annoying) but, if you persevere, everything starts making sense by the midpoint, ushering in an entertaining and insightful second half. The movie’s depth naturally makes it improve on repeat viewings wherein it’s more understandable as you put the pieces together.

    Viewers who complain that a certain person is too dramatic, selfish and high maintenance to put up with for more than a month didn’t get the closing moral, which is both true and profound: Couples can (and should) realize the flaws of their mate, which they genuinely don't like, but it's "Okay." That's true love.

    There are also unexpected peripheral gems on unethical behavior in a supposedly professional environment, secret relationships, discarding unwanted skeletons, and more. Lastly, curvy, vivacious Winslet shines and it’s nice to see Carrey in a serious role.

    The film runs 1 hour, 48 minutes, and was shot in the New York City area (Yonkers, Montauk, Mount Vernon, Manhattan and Brooklyn).

    GRADE: A-

  3. LovingStory dice:

    This was one of the first movies I really loved. Some moments are especially beautiful and I appreciate the folks who put in the labor to make this. Thank you

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