THE BOY WHO CAN’T FOR­GET

Fri­day 7.30pm, Nat Geo

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - TV Guide - - Movie Reviews -

Bri­tish univer­sity stu­dent Aure­lien Hay­man can re­call ev­ery day of his life from the age of 11. His ear­lier child­hood mem­o­ries are also re­mark­able. Hay­man has hyper­thymesia, mean­ing he has a highly su­pe­rior au­to­bi­o­graph­i­cal mem­ory. He’s tested by sci­en­tists and scep­tics, who sus­pect he may have trained his mind to re­call his past. They quickly re­alise there’s no trick to it. His mind sim­ply works that way.

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