When your memory lies, how do you find the truth?


Thomas Verrette


Thomas Verrette





Credited cast:
Justice Leak ... Ethan Galloway
Robert Pralgo ... Charles Galloway
Beth Keener ... Camille (as Elizabeth Keener)
Jason Turner ... Milo
Deborah Childs ... Jill Galloway
Tara Jean Verrette Tara Jean Verrette ... Alison Galloway
Jackie Goldston ... Linda
Brian James Irvine Brian James Irvine ... Lucas
Steven Ellison ... Adam
Stephen Caudill ... Dr. Gene Philips
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tone Bell ... Philip
Sarah Elizabeth Gowder Sarah Elizabeth Gowder ... Reporter
Drew Hester Drew Hester ... Aaron
Micah James Micah James ... Allen
Kimberly Jürgen ... Receptionist


Displaced from reality after a near-fatal accident, Ethan Galloway (Justin Leak, The Great Debaters) struggles with what is real and what isn't after his brilliant neurologist father (Robert Pralgo, The Blind Side, The Joneses) uses an experimental medical procedure to save his son's life, but the side-effects turn out to be much greater than either could have imagined. Written by Skylight Cinema

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When your memory lies, how do you find the truth?


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Boring bad movie!
8 May 2014 | by omer2003See all my reviews

I really had my hopes up, and thought this is going to be a good movie. To bad, couldn't be more wrong. After 20 minutes I thought damn I want to turn off this movie, but I am someone who never ever turns off any movie! So when it did made me feel like this, I knew this was a total bust! It starts out slow, it has bad boring music which looks like it repeats itself continuously. The actor is pretty okay, but the screenplay is so bad! The conversations are boring, and looks like its written by my nephew who is 5 years old. The whole story of the movie had some potentional, but they screwed it up pretty bad. You know the plot twist, and the order is not logical, which is like the most recent movie "enemy". But there you understood the movie, and that was beautifully screenplayed. This is a screw up, and at the end of the movie I thought wtf! Please do not waste any time on this movie, its the first movie ever I gave a rating of 2.

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6 December 2013 (USA) See more »

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Implanted - Die Erinnerung lügt See more »

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Atlanta, Georgia, USA See more »

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