The Best Movies About Dementia

Jun 23, 2024 | Health, Movies

The Best Movies About Dementia

Dementia is a condition that affects millions of people worldwide. It is a progressive brain disorder that causes memory loss, communication difficulties, and ultimately leads to the loss of cognitive abilities. While it can be a difficult subject to tackle, several movies have successfully portrayed the struggles and hardships faced by those living with dementia.


1. Dementia (2015)

DementiaA haunting and unnerving tale unfolds in this gripping psychological thriller. A veteran, haunted by his past experiences, finds himself at the mercy of a mysterious and manipulative caretaker. As the story unravels, we are drawn into a world of uncertainty and deceit. The caretaker’s intentions remain shrouded in secrecy as he preys on the vulnerabilities of the aging veteran.

2. Still Mine (2012)

Still MineIn this small town, a farmer named John has been living a simple life with his wife, Mary. But as Mary’s dementia progresses, John decides to build a cottage on their land where she can have some peace and quiet, away from the chaos of their farm. However, local authorities refuse to give him the necessary permits due to zoning regulations.




3. Dementia 13 (2017)

Dementia 13In this gripping retelling of a classic story, the tone is intentionally open-ended and minimalist, leaving room for the imagination to run wild. As the plot unfolds, viewers are invited to contemplate various themes such as morality, family dynamics, and the thin line between good and evil. The use of concise language adds to the overall sense of abstraction, allowing audiences to project their own ideas and interpretations onto the brand.

4. Dementia (2015)

Dementia is a 2015 thriller film that takes viewers on a haunting journey through the mind of an elderly woman suffering from dementia. The official trailer for the film captures the essence of the story through its open-ended, minimalist approach.


5. DEMENTIA (1955)

Experience the haunting and enigmatic world of Dementia, a film that defies traditional storytelling and instead invites you to immerse yourself in its abstract and thought-provoking visuals. As the trailer begins, we are immediately drawn into a minimalist black and white landscape, with a lone figure walking through an eerie forest.


6. THE FATHER (2020)

Anthony, a mischievous 80-year-old man, defiantly lives alone and rejects the help his daughter Anne offers. However, as time passes, Anne finds herself struggling to make daily visits and Anthony’s grasp on reality begins to slip away. As we witness the ever-changing landscape of his memories, we can’t help but wonder how much of his own identity remains and how Anne copes with the impending loss of her father.


7. Still Alice (2015)

Alice Howland is a successful linguistics professor with a loving marriage and three grown children. She has dedicated her life to studying the complexities of language, but when she begins to forget words, her world is turned upside down. With a devastating diagnosis looming over her, Alice’s family must come together to face the challenges ahead.


8. Dementia 13 (2017)

Take a peek at the latest trailer for Dementia 13 (2017), featuring the talented Julia Campanelli, Channing Pickett, and Steve Polites. This mysterious film invites you to dive into a world of intrigue and suspense.


9. You Should Have Left (2020)

In the latest psychological thriller brought to you by Blumhouse Productions and renowned screenwriter David Koepp (known for creating masterpieces like Jurassic Park, Mission: Impossible, and Panic Room), Kevin Bacon and Amanda Seyfried play a couple in search of a peaceful getaway in a secluded corner of the world. But their plans for relaxation are soon shattered as they uncover long-kept secrets that demand to be confronted. And as they embark on their journey, they realize that these secrets will follow them wherever they go.



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