Amnesia

Amnesia

DVD - 2015
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When his wife mysteriously vanishes, Detective Mackenzie Stone (John Hannah) begins an exhaustive hunt to find her, navigating his way through countless twists and turns as he doggedly pursues the investigation. Five years after his wife's disappearance, Stone finally finds himself with a potential lead -- Jenna Dean (Jemma Redgrave), a woman who suffers from amnesia. Facing cunning lies and deceit, Stone must crack the code that is Dean's memory if he has any hope of tracking down his wife.
Publisher: [United States] : FilmRise, [2015]
Edition: Remastered
Characteristics: video file,DVD video,rda
digital,optical,rda
1 videodisc (300 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in

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marieloudavril
Dec 21, 2017

It is a good thriller movie. a little bit hard to understand bercause of the English accent. But good story. worth it to watch.

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Janice21383
Nov 24, 2017

Not rated, because I could not finish it. Episode 1 had a fantastic cast, but a completely average UK police/mystery script. Patrick Malahide is (so far) wasted as the grumpy senior officer who gives his detectives three days to unravel the mystery of an amnesiac's identity. In this world, it hasn't occurred to anyone that someone claiming to have lost his memory might be hiding something criminal. Amnesia isn't as blazingly stupid as Broadchurch, but it doesn't have its spark or cast chemistry, either. There are probably plot twists coming, so I'll come back to it another time, if I don't forget.

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