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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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Storyline

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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Sage Adorno plays Shelly's (Patricia Rae) friend in the café scene, sitting right next to her - she is in reality Patrica Rae's daughter. See more »

Quotes

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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12 January 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A must see movie from new on the scene director Russ Emanuel. This is a wonderful story that really makes one stop and think about what is important in life. I found it very easy to relate to the emotions of some of the characters. The characters are well developed and leaves one really feeling like they got to know them. A real bonus is that the shots of New York are completely fantastic. I practically felt like I was there myself. It is amazing what they have done on such a limited budget. P.J. is a real tribute to independent films. I can't wait to see what comes next from Russ Emanuel. I hope that it is as strong a film as P.J.


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