I Remember Me
I Remember Me (2001)

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a much-misunderstood illness that many believe is a psychological condition rather than a physical malady. Filmmaker Kim Snyder, however, begs to differ; as a longtime sufferer of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, she… More

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Release Date: May 25, 2004
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Critic Score: 83% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Marta Barber
Miami Herald

Perhaps it will prompt some researchers not only to learn of the symptoms but to look further at the cause.

V.A. Musetto
New York Post

[A] passionate film.

Luke Y. Thompson
New Times

Director Kim Snyder suffers from the syndrome herself, so it's all the more remarkable that she actually got a complete film made, much less one this compelling.

Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times

A documentary which does what the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta shamefully failed to do: connects the dots.

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Stephen Holden
New York Times

An intrepid sleuth, Ms. Snyder seems to have left no stone unturned in her search for answers.

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Maria Garcia
Film Journal International

Never successfully striking a balance, the filmmaker only manages to create a confusing, rambling and poorly edited succession of stories.

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Gene Seymour
Newsday

A tender, yet pointed documentary of perseverance, thwarted hope and medical buffoonery.

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Dennis Lim
Village Voice

The interpolated stock footage is a misguided attempt at visual poetry, and some of the testimonials are underedited, but as a work of passionate advocacy, I Remember Me can't be faulted.

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Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
Spirituality and Practice

This well-made documentary is to be commended for its passionate overview of the troubling illness known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

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