'and then i remember (he has been confused throughout by this point), i remember, i don't know who i am'
For him to finally remember that he doesn't remember, both allows the confusion to remain central to the theme and also allow the audience to emote with him. By having rational thought throughout the dialogue driving embodiment, his performance can remain figurative with some emotive gesture. So the second reason is the concealment of facial expression - when he remembers he doesn't know who he is, his face will be revealed to be blank.
The content has been inspired by figurative narrative ideas that drove Betty Boop - mock, figurative stories that suggest her background was of our world (documentary as if having relationships with other human performers) as Crafton describes. And significantly by Ryan directed by Chris Landreth, which i will discuss in more depth in a later post. He interviews Ryan Larkin with abstract and surreal environments and actions that explore his life. The interview component of the narratives is used in my piece, the character is talking, but we never really know to who (the audience, another concealed from the narrative or himself), and as you may well of worked out by now from the above graph, is about confusion, perception, existence, experience and memory. I will post the reworked script later.