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I don't believe Leonard slept with Natalie. I think it was part of her plan to manipulate him. Throughout the film Nolan drops us into scenes very late and we the audience are as confused as Leonard as to what events led to that moment. Leonard has (in his mind) has just lost his wife and wants revenge Natalie has just lost her boyfriend and believes ...


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A different angle would probably have revealed that the two had met before at the Discount Inn. I think Teddy just didn't want him to know this because it would have hindered possible future manipulations of Lenny.


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My theory is that Leonard killing his beloved wife was a memory so strong, horrible and traumatic that even in his condition it somehow stuck in his mind, but he transferred it in his memory to the Sammy Jenkis story. Otherwise he wouldn't have been able to live with himself anymore. It is survival instinct to see past events as positive and surpress / ...


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I think there was rape but no murder - only attempted murder. I think the rape/attempted murder scene is really Leonard's last true memory - it's the starting point of all events in the movie and confirmed by Teddy. The tricky part is that there are two different types of memory disfunction at play at the same time with Leonard. The unability to create new ...


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I think both is true. At the same time I believe she's doing it all out of self-interest. Having seen the movie 7 times (or so) I'm convinced that Natalie is a person which is rotten to the core. She's absolutely playing Leonard in every minute because she knows about his condition and because she knows that he is a chance to get out of her quite bad ...


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From the first time I watched the movie it was absolutely clear to me that Natalie DID realize that Leonard is Jimmy's killer. It would be blatantly stupid to assume that a walking time bomb who is known to have killed several people and that shows up in Jimmy's car and even in his suit (!) would have nothing to do with its dead - highly improbable, ...


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