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One week after a seemingly harmless car accident, Richard Minnich wakes up with total amnesia. He no longer recognizes his wife and children and has a great deal of difficulty with the simplest daily tasks.
Sixteen years later, filmmaker Rick Minnich – the oldest son from Richard’s first marriage – returns to California with a camera in search of answers to why his father’s memory still hasn’t returned. Was Richard really struck by a horrible affliction, or was he perhaps trying to escape from a life he could no longer lead?
Length: 84 minutes
Copyright date: ©2008
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