A female is found dead under a truck and it turns out that her best friend, Nicole, is found holding the murder weapon with no memory of what took place. Jane believes that Nicole is innocent and forces her to deal with the blocked memories to help identify the real killer. That is, of course, if Nicole is actually innocent.
Did You Know?
In the final scene, as the protagonists drive off, the license plate of the car is 2GAT123 - possibly the most famous and ubiquitous Hollywood prop license plate, which has appeared in multiple commercials, TV shows, and in movies such as Beverly Hills Cop 2 and L.A. Story - just to name a few. See more
When Jane asked how fast the missing girl was moving, meaning if she was on foot or in a car, the police dog handler said that the dog was following skin cells falling from the body but he didn't know if they were following a person on foot or one inside the car. If the girl was in a car, her skin cells would have fallen inside the car and not on the ground, thus leaving no trail for the dog to follow. See more
Bad karma doesn't have an expiration date.
Uh, actually it does. According to traditional Buddhist teachings, I'm counting on it.
Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven See more