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I Remember Me2000

  • 3.6
Fueled by the same rage at an unresponsive system that has inspired many a great social documentary, filmmaker Kim Snyder has taken up the fight for the more than 800,000 people living with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) in the U.S. today. CFS has recently received much high-profile media discussion due to SEABISCUIT author Laura Hillenbrand's longtime battle with the disease. Investigating the baffling malady once maligned as "yuppie flu," Snyder interweaves her own four-year battle with the disease with the stories of others facing the same challenges; soccer star Michelle Akers and legendary Hollywood director Blake Edwards (BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S, THE PINK PANTHER) are among the participants. More than an account of an epidemic unfolding, I REMEMBER ME speaks to universal themes of loss, human perseverance and the difficulties in grappling with uncertainty.

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As a CFS victim, I found this painful to watch. But I'm left feeling less alone, and more empowered to talk openly about this profound change in my once-active life. Kudos to Kim Snyder for "outing" us (herself included) with such grace and sensitivity. Highly recommended.

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As a CFS victim, I found this painful to watch. But I'm left feeling less alone, and more empowered to talk openly about this profound change in my once-active life. Kudos to Kim Snyder for "outing" us (herself included) with such grace and sensitivity. Highly recommended.

1 member likes this review