It is the year 2026 and MRI technology has advanced to a point where imaging of long term memories can be produced in near video quality. When Henri Miller has the new FVMRI scan during a routine medical procedure and it reveals his murdering of two contractors on his property, the legal machinery put in place by him when he signed a medical release sets the stage for the trial of the century as Henri may have to defend himself against the states primary evidence - the memory of a crime he doesn't remember committing. In the chambers of Judge Wagner, Henri's defense counsel pleads passionately to dismiss this landmark memory evidence on the basis of a flawed medical procedure; while the District Attorney extols that Henri signed away his rights to privacy when he released the parties during the initial medical procedure. Citing the continued rights of patient choice, Wagner's summation states that this case may prove that sometimes our memories may no longer be our own. Written by
In the Judge Chambers scene the city seen through the windows on both occasions is not Worcester, Massachusetts it is Potsdamer Platz square in Berlin, Germany. On the first occasion it's Potsdamer Platz present day where Riencar Scientific is based and in the second occasion it's the same area pre- World War II in reference to the primary memory evidence that's tied to Nazi Germany. See more »
This case no matter what the outcome will demonstrate that sometimes are thoughts are not our own.
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