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There was a special edition DVD that was released a while back that had a chronologically correct version of the film. You had to go through a series of menu prompts that were set up to be similar to the tests Leonard was running on Sammy Jenkiss. I used to have it and fail to recall when it was released exactly because I lent my copy to a "friend" who ended up keeping it.
Here is a link on Amazon:
(edit with link to purchase the special edition)
This version of the DVD had a feature where you could watch it in chronological order. I'm not sure if Nolan oversaw it's development and it's a little choppy to watch (it uses chapter stops to break up the scenes) but it's still a neat way to watch the film.
Problem is you have to unlock a puzzle to access it. Same goes for most of the features in this edition. There are guides out there that can help solve them, though.
This is the version I have, which I can confirm has the chronological feature: https://www.amazon.com/Memento-Widescreen-Two-Disc-Limited-Pearce/dp/B0000640SA/ref=tmm_dvd_title_5?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=
Obviously not as good as watching the movie, but for fans its definitely interesting, and gives you a new perspective on the story.
The only one I recall he made a commentary was on Memento. The one I had was the DVD Limited Edition. Not sure if it was on other versions of the DVD though.
The one we had was This copy .
It's really inexpensive on Amazon too:
It's really inexpensive on Amazon:
It's a bonus feature on this special edition DVD