A man with the ability to enter people's memories takes on the case of a brilliant, troubled sixteen-year-old girl to determine whether she is a sociopath or a victim of trauma.

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Jorge Dorado

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Guy Holmes, Martha Holmes (story) | 2 more credits »
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Mark Strong ... John Washington
Saskia Reeves ... Michelle Greene
Richard Dillane ... Robert
Indira Varma ... Judith Morrow
Noah Taylor ... Peter Lundgren
Alberto Ammann ... Tom Ortega
Brian Cox ... Sebastian
Molly Stein Molly Stein ... Daniela Hooper
Marc Padró Marc Padró ... Intruder
Frida Palsson Frida Palsson ... Anna Washington
David Chevers David Chevers ... Detective
Bruno Sevilla ... Detective 2
Aisha Prigann Aisha Prigann ... Marjorie
Taissa Farmiga ... Anna Greene
Sanny van Heteren ... Samantha Harris
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Storyline

In the near future or an alternate reality, there are memory detectives, people who have the ability to enter other people's electronically-aided memories. They often are used to resolve psychological conflicts, and sometimes to exonerate someone from a crime. John was at one time the top in this field, but he has been recovering from the death of his wifey, and a stroke. To get back into work the head of the small firm he works for offers him what is supposed to be a simple job - getting 16-year-old Anna to start eating again. However, the "simple job" turns into his most challenging. Written by Qfal

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If you enter her mind, you will never escape. See more »


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Rated R for nude sexual images | See all certifications »

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With the exception of Anna, virtually all of the major characters are played by British actors. See more »

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The TV screen showing the news report of the outcome of Senator Rockford's file includes a graphic reading "SENATOR ROCKFORD FOUND NO GUILTY" (instead of "NOT" guilty). See more »

Quotes

Anna: Will I know I'm in a memory?
John Washington: It should feel like it's happening for the first time - but it will be different from the original event - because you unconscious mind will know that you've been there before. Also, me being there makes it different.
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Say Goodbye
Performed by Natalia Safran & Mikolaj Jaroszyk (as Mikolaj Mick Jaroszyk)
Written by Mikolaj Jaroszyk (as Mikolaj Mick Jaroszyk) & Natalia Safran
Master Recording courtesy of Supersonic Soul Machine
All rights reserved. Used by permission.
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meh
20 May 2014 | by innerboykaSee all my reviews

Based on the reviews of this movie that I read on this site, I went into this film with high hopes. 90 minutes later,I was truly perplexed as to what all the buzz was about. Maybe films today are so bad that even "average" rates as "very good"? Well, I don't know, and while the film was not a total waste of time, it had little to offer,and was not as half as interesting as the reviews had lead me to believe it would be. The good: The beginning of the movie is very well set up: the movie takes place in the not too distant future where there are people who have the ability to recover and view the memories of others. The protagonist of the movie is a broken down memory reader in need of money and so he goes back to his old employer in search of a job.He is given a "simple" assignment: get a very precocious teenager to eat. But said teenager is *very* smart and not what she appears to be... Both the male lead (the returning memory recovery expert) and female lead ("Anna",the teenager) are played very well. The bad: Very convoluted plot, which devised to make the movie intriguing,in the end was a little over the top and maybe too clever for its own good. The ugly: The ending. Much ado about nothing. I was surprised that after all the complex twists and turns in the move it all came down to (what was in my opinion) an ending that is simple but unfortunately didn't really make much sense.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

24 January 2014 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Mindscape See more »

Filming Locations:

Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$7,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$2,541, 8 June 2014

Gross USA:

$4,288

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$1,257,142
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Dolby Atmos

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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