I knew we have mentioned Memento in class before, just as we have talked about whether or not our memories define us. In Memento, the main character cannot form new Memories. In the closing scene, he says "I have to believe in a world outside of my own mind. I have to believe that my actions still have meaning, even if I can't remember them." In this scene, he seems to express that it is not his memories that define him, but his actions. What do you guys think about this notion?