eternal sunshine of the spotless mind


15 Years After 'Eternal Sunshine,' We Still Wish We Could Wipe Our Memories

Blocking, unfollowing, hypnosis, and other ways we try to get over our exes.


Jim Carrey Is Reuniting with Michel Gondry for a New Showtime Series

'Kidding' is Carrey's first project with Gondry since 'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.'


Scientists Can Erase Specific Memories From a Snail’s Brain

Like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, but for snails.


Memory Editing Technology Will Give Us Perfect Recall and Let Us Alter Memories at Will

Two new technologies are changing the meaning of memory, but who will control them?


A New Jay Electronica Verse Has Appeared... On a Track With Emeli Sandé

Yes, we know. But forget what you know about Sandé. This is a track that reeks with the scent of a smoke-fuelled, late-night hook-up.


The Strange Film About a Lost Ed Ruscha Sculpture Hidden in the Desert

In 'Where Is Rocky II?' the co-writer of 'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind' hires a private detective to find a piece of art Ed Ruscha supposedly hid in the middle of the Mojave Desert.


Love and Loneliness in Charlie Kaufman's 'Anomalisa'

The new animated film from director Charlie Kaufman tackles existential dread, loneliness in a world filled with people, and the sameness of human beings.


Norwegian Folk-Pop Artist Farao Talks Erasing Memories and Dating In a Tiny Village

Try falling in love when you already know all 500 people in your town.


8-Bit Cinema's 'Eternal Sunshine' Remix Is as Surreal as the Movie

Where's the "existential lonlieness" mini-game?


What Is Going On in Michel Gondry's New Music Video?

The 'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind' director crafts a surreal urban vision for The Chemical Brothers "Go" feat. Q-Tip.


Let's Find the Hidden Ed Ruscha Sculpture in the Mojave

A new documentary by the co-writer of 'Eternal Sunshine' has enlisted a team of experts and screenwriters to find a fake rock. In the desert. Seriously.


Science Might Have Found a Way to Erase Your Bad Memories with Gas

Professor Edward Meloni has come up with a new method that uses xenon gas to help those suffering with PTSD.