Synopsis: A London man who loses his memory when he's struck by a falling object develops a way to reconstruct his past.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Omer Fast
  2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
103 min

The door is open.

And your phone doesn't work.

My lawyer called and...

I-I tore out the telephone.

So, are you in trouble?

Why do you ask?

For a start, your lawyer. Didn't know

you had one. Is everything all right?

Well, that's compensation for my accident.

Yeah, but so there's no legal action?

The police aren't involved?

No, no, that all has to stop.

It's, it's part of the settlement.

Yeah, but before the accident,

the suitcase?

I don't remember any of it. I was just

in the wrong place at the wrong time.

That's all I know.

I'm not even allowed to talk about it.

So they're... they're giving you money?

- Yeah.

- Well, how much?

Tsst... Not that much.

Several... After fees and taxes,

a few hundred thousand.


Enough for a cleaning lady.

Enough for several, yes.

Come on, caveman.

Let me give you a haircut.

'What's wrong?

'I keep thinking

you don't even remember me.'

I have big gaps, but some things

are starting to come back.

Like what?

I remember seeing you

right before my accident.

Oh, yeah? Whereabouts?

I don't know. Somewhere outside.

Well, what else?

- I remember your smell.

- Thank you. Chanel.

And I remember kissing you.



Someone who looked a lot like...

So, we've had a great resolution

to the case, don't you think?

No stressful litigation.

No long appeals process.


You're looking well.

Have a seat.

Right, by signing this document,

you're agreeing

not to discuss the accident in public

or in any recordable format.

- Essentially...

- I have to forget it ever happened.

Even though I can barely walk.

Or eat. Or sleep.

Legally speaking.

We don't have to accept their offer.

We can drag them to court

and expose them in public.

You'll get some press clippings that you

can frame, maybe a few fans on Facebook,

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