Featured on "60 Minutes" and "Stan Lee's Superhumans", and dubbed "the Human Google" by "Good Morning America", Brad Williams is only the second person ever studied by neurologists for the newly-identified syndrome called "highly superior autobiographical memory", which allows him to recall in tremendous detail the events of nearly every day of his life.
In UNFORGETTABLE, screenwriter/filmmaker Eric Williams follows his brother Brad's travels as his rare mental gifts vault him from small-town anonymity to sudden mid-life notoriety.
On his journey, Brad appears on national television shows, meets renowned memory experts, and compares mental notes with wise guys like "Jeopardy!" champion Ken Jennings and legendary talk-show host Dick Cavett. It all leads to Brad's first-of-its-kind face-to-face encounter with one of the few other people in the world known to have this same astounding type of near-total recall.
UNFORGETTABLE is both an intimate and funny portrait of a unique individual and a broader exploration into the mysteries of the mind.
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Let'sgetouttahere Productions and Rona Edwards Productions present
music by EUGENE EDWARDS
executive producer PAUL ROBERT HERMAN
produced by RONA EDWARDS
written, edited and directed by ERIC WILLIAMS
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The ability is called HYPERTHYMESIA, and it's what has earned Brad the nickname of "The Human Google" because he can correctly identify what was going on during specific seemingly insignificant days of the past faster than a person can type up the query to a search engine.
It's an offbeat, always entertaining film...one that leads you to marvel about the human mind. Directed by the subject's brother (Eric Williams), the film is never dry or dull. It incorporates great footage of Brad demonstrating his memory on such shows as "Good Morning America" and "60 Minutes", plus some remarkable footage of him meeting face-to-face with others who share the same ability.
I've seen it both at our local Wisconsin film festival and now on home video.