Our memories are what makes each of us unique, but this unique set of experiences is precisely what makes scientific study of memory difficult. The cumbersome nature of neuroimaging tools doesn’t help. MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) scanners are so large and heavy that they are often positioned in place and the housing is built around them. So how can the scientists study the brain during everyday realistic memory tasks? We have decided to use movies in our pursuit of brain mechanisms of memory for events, the so-called “episodic memory”.