New Netflix Documentary 'Tell Me Who I Am' Is Based On A Gripping True Story
The documentary tells the story of 18-year-old Alex Lewis, who woke up from a coma after surviving a motorcycle accident in 1982 to find he couldn't remember his own name, family or home.
The only person the Londoner recognised was his identical twin brother Marcus, who he relied on to re-learn the world around him.
However, the idyllic childhood described by Marcus ultimately concealed a dark and painful family secret.
Their story spans continents and eras, starting from 1950s high society in the Home Counties to a remote island in the Pacific and 90s raves. Yes, raves.
Tell Me Who I Am explores the blurred boundaries of memory and reality, and the emotional bonds that allow us to survive.
Describing the film, Netflix added: "In this documentary, Alex trusts his twin, Marcus, to tell him about his past after he loses his memory. But Marcus is hiding a dark family secret."
If you like a thrilling watch then this story's twists and turns will shock you to your core.
The documentary is based on the best-selling autobiography of the same name, which was released in 2013 and co-written by Joanne Hines with the brothers.
The doc is set to premiere at next month's BFI London Film Festival before landing on the streaming service on Friday, 18th October.
The heart-breaking feature originally premiered at the Telluride Film Festival in Colorado earlier this month to much acclaim.
Tell Me Who I Am is directed by Oscar-nominated Ed Perkins and is also produced by Simon Chinn with Lightbox.
Safe to say we've added this one to our 'list'.
Tell Me Who I Am is available to stream on Netflix from Friday, 18th October.
Featured Image Credit: Tell Me Who I Am/Lightbox