UNFORGETTABLE Dramatizes Rare But Real Condition Hyperthymesia in Captivating
New Drama, Sept. 20
- Extraordinary condition hyperthymesia empowers people with a Super
Autobiographical Memory -
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TORONTO, Sept. 16, 2011 /CNW/ - A flawless memory - superpower or curse?
Only a handful of confirmed cases exist in North America of a rare
condition where those afflicted are able to recall every detail of his
or her past. Known as hyperthymesia (or "Super Autobiographical
Memory"), it's the condition at the centre of the new series UNFORGETTABLE, airing Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET, beginning Sept. 20, on CTV.
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A detailed and relentless memory may seem like something out of a comic
book or blockbuster film, but in actuality it exists for a handful of
individuals. Unlike photographic memory that relies on facts using
images, rhymes or other devices to recall what they wish to remember,
for individuals with hyperthymesia, memories never disappear. It's an
ability to remember that is often described as "a movie that keeps on
playing" over and over.
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