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They finally meet at the end of the movie (but beginning of the story).
It is implied that Sammy Jankis actually turns out to be the story of Leonard's wife's death. Another question I have is how a man, who has to remind himself where he is and what he's doing with pictures, is able to escape the cops for so long if his story is, in fact, Sammy Jankis' story...
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Maybe with the help of Teddy it was possible, but seems unlikely. Also, if he killed his wife, how did he lose his short-term memory? Did the attack happen and she survived and then Leonard killed her?
Anyways, finally Teddy tells Leonard (or for the first time we see, he may have told Leonard many times before and he not remember it) that the real attacker was killed years ago and Leonard keeps making details up to continue this search and thus give meaning to his life...
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