I saw this film at its first screening at the British Film Academy in December 2005 and was pleasantly surprised.
The story revolves around Joe, a young medical student who ends up being involved in all kinds of memory manipulation related shenanigans.
Like time travel stories, the result is a film with lots of twists & turns but ultimately is worth it in the end, raising lots of questions and leaving a lot of interpretation up to the viewer.
The performances were generally solid and camera direction tight given the low budget of the production. Especially worthy of note is the break through performance by Solar Flare front man - Bobby Stryker.
Definitely worth watching / picking up on DVD if you can find it.
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