Sans Soleil (Sunless) is a 1983 foreign art house film brought to you by French filmmaker Chris Marker. The underlying theme of the film centers around memories: how the brain chooses to remember certain things, and forget others, and how that affects the review of history and passed events. The film combines poetry with a selection of artistic images which together, tell a very non-linear story. The poetry used is actually the narration of letters, and the shots are panoramic images of landscape from around the world - Iceland, Paris, San Francisco, Japan, and Guinea-Bissau. Chris Marker deviates from standard documentary filmmaking in this experimental trip allowing one to stretch the mind and think outside of the box. To some, Sans Soleil is more of a scenic travelogue than a traditional documentary. If you enjoy mind-bending films which explore the human psyche in a non-linear, experimental fashion, Sans Soleil is a film for you.