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A doctor tries to solve the mystery of a man with no name, multiple personalities and burns on his hands. Who is he and what happened to him?

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Dr. Alan Shearson
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Charles
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Burt
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Shelly
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Stan Jamison
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Pauline
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Evelyn
Lavinia Dowdell ...
Mariah
Eddie Malavarca ...
Alex the Bookie
Tim Cinnante ...
Tony
Joseph Stramandi ...
Lombardi
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Claire
Spencer Strumwasser ...
Young Charles
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Beth Adler ...
Pauline's Mom
Sage Adorno ...
Shelly's Friend
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A man who has witnessed a horrific accident retreats within himself. He barely talks, and doesn't even know who he is. He is brought to a hospital where the resident doctor tries to get through to him while the doctor is fighting his own life's demons and an out-of-touch supervisor who wants the man permanently committed. Written by Anonymous

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A mind is a terrible thing to misplace.

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Drama | Thriller

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7 November 2008 (USA)  »

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P.J.: A Journey of the Heart  »

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$250,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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Director Russ Emanuel put various references from his previous film "Girl With Gun" (2006 short) into "P.J." including: the mention of Nightingale (a horse mentioned by the Burt character in "P.J.", the main character's name in "Girl With Gun"), the actress Tracy O'Connor (playing the Nurse on Intercom in "P.J.", who was the Nightingale in "Girl With Gun"), and the mention of a Dr. Peterson in "P.J." (also a name mentioned in "Girl With Gun"). Furthermore, Emanuel cast Dina Kriger to play the role of Claire in "P.J." (she was also Lucy in "Girl With Gun"). See more »

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Dr. Alan Shearson: So can you tell me maybe why you separated, why he left?
Shelly: Why he left?
Shelly: Hmm, I don't know, love?
Shelly: I loved to see him in the beginning and I loved to see him go at the end.
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Wow.
3 January 2009 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

I recently saw this when it came out at the Laemmle. I have to say, not bad at all! For a low budget flick, the filmmakers really put a lot of creative effort to bring it to life. I was impressed with Patricia Rae and Vincent Pastore. Howard Nash did a great job as the guy with burned hands, holding his own against veteran actor John Heard. The director, whose this is his first feature, put together an ambitious effort, especially given the cast and the beautiful shots of New York City. I see he has another film on the horizon called Chasing the Green, looking forward to that. Oh, and there's the score too. It complements this film from beginning to end. I highly recommend people see this film, you won't be disappointed. Thanks for listening.


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