Ten years after it was originally released and long before its director would distinguish himself with artistically immersed blockbusters like The Dark Night and Inception , Christopher Nolan's mind-bending drama Memento is scheduled to hit the screen again for One Night Only on February 17. According to Newmarket Films, the feature will be accompanied by a recorded interview with Nolan that was recorded at a screening of the movie on Feb. 4 at the American Cinematheque Egyptian Theater in Los Angeles. Newmarket said that it will be shown in 11 theaters in the U.S. and Canada linked by digital cinema distributor Cinedigm. The package of movie-plus-interview is set to be released on home video by Lionsgate on February 22.
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